Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Contemporary Composition
|Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Contemporary Composition|
A newly recorded original classical composition.|
Award to the Composer.
|Presented by||The Latin Recording Academy|
|Currently held by||Yalil Guerra (composer) and interpreted by international Cuban-Canadian artist Elizabeth Rebozo for "Seducción"|
The Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Contemporary Composition is given every year since the 9th Latin Grammy Awards ceremony, which took place at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. According to the category description guide for the 14th Annual Latin GRAMMY: "For a newly recorded original composition composed within the last twenty-five (25) years (a Composition is NOT eligible if composed before 1988), and released for the first time within the Eligibility Year. Award to the Composer"
|2010||Lalo Schifrin for "Pampas" performed by Antonio Lysy||
|2011||Paquito D'Rivera for "Panamericana Suite"|
|2012||Yalil Guerra — "Seducción" (Elizabeth Rebozo)||
|2013||Carlos Franzetti — "Zingaros" (Carlos Franzetti)|
|2014||Claudia Montero — "Concierto para violín y orquesta de cuerdas"||
|2009||Gabriela Lena Frank for "Inca Dances" performed by Manuel Barrueco and Cuarteto Latinoamericano|
|2008||Carlos José Castro for "Concierto del sol" performed by Orquesta Filarmónica de Costa Rica
Sérgio Assad for "Tahhiyya li ossoulina" performed by Sérgio and Odair Assad