SESAC Attends SGAE US Opening
SESAC Latina’s J.J. Cheng attended ceremonies celebrating Spain's General Society of Authors and Publishers, known by its Spanish initials SGAE, offices in Miami. With this milestone, SGAE expands its physical presence to the United States. Leading the inaugural event was SGAE's President Antón Reixa. Also attending were other SGAE executives, such as Director of Membership, Carmen Pacheco, and the Director of the new Miami office, Eddie Fernández.In the United States and Puerto Rico. SESAC Latina represents many renowned composers, such as Luz Casal, Enrique Bunbury and Carlos Baute, who in the rest of the world are associated with SGAE.