Entertainment Partner Albert J. Soler of Scarinci Hollenbeck announces that a prominent client on the European concert landscape is producing a show in Switzerland for one of the hottest Latin music superstars.
Concert producer Renelio Perez of Old Music Live is bringing Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, and actor Rauw Alejandro to the Hallenstadion in Zurich on Sept. 30. Alejandro, recently spotted with Selena Gomez at the French football rivalry Le Classique on Sept. 24, then heads to the PSD Dome in Germany on Oct. 8.
Soler has counseled Old Music Live in connection with concert, show, and festival agreements for performers such as Latin superstars Maluma, Karol G, Bad Bunny, and many more. He also traveled with Renelio recently to Lisbon, Portugal on a tour date with Maluma.
“Renelio is a superstar in the entertainment world and I appreciate his thoughtfulness and innovative attitude towards concerts, festivals, and shows,” said Soler. “I look forward to collaborating with Renelio and his group for years to come.”
Renelio founded Old Music Group GmbH in 2012 and brought his expertise in the Latin music industry to help shape the European concert and festival landscape.
“I’ve worked with Albert for many years, and he’s become part of the Old Music Live family. Albert’s representation is invaluable, and I look forward to our continued success and friendship,” Perez stated.
About Albert J. Soler
Albert J. Soler is a Partner in the New York office of Scarinci Hollenbeck in the Entertainment and Intellectual Property practice and is the founder of Beat Street Music Group. He brings extensive experience to a variety of practice areas and provides effective and cutting-edge legal representation to clients in entertainment, music, media, sports, fashion, advertising, intellectual property, and litigation.
About Scarinci Hollenbeck
Scarinci Hollenbeck’s attorneys are pioneers and leaders in the field of entertainment, providing dedicated legal guidance to the music, motion picture, television, sports, internet, digital media, publishing, and theater industries. Many of the firm’s entertainment attorneys are also artists themselves, which gives them unique insight into the industry’s business and legal challenges.