Alex Sino is an award-winning screenwriter, creative producer, and lyricist. He has worked with numerous established and emerging artists including Al Di Meola, Leonid Agutin, MC Solaar, Macy Gray, Arturo Sandoval, Rudy Perez, Anthony Jackson, Xavier Naidoo, Till Bronner, Orlando “Maraca” Valle, No Mercy, Jon Secada, Diego Torres, Amaury Gutierrez, Carlos Oliva, Omara Portuondo, along with many others.
In his decades-long career, Alex has created and produced an impressive list of prominent songs, albums, music videos, and movies. Among the more recent highlights are:
Producing the full-length documentary “Cosmo Life,” which received an honorary mention at Moscow International Film Festival in October 2020.
Producing the album "La Vida Cosmopolita," which was featured in Billboard and on Telemundo. His work included producing five music videos to accompany the album: "Quedate" (Lolita Torres), "Funky Cha", Ella", “Sobrevivire” and "Enamorado".
Co-creating and writing lyrics for the "Cosmopolitan Life" album with Al Di Meola and Leonid Agutin that was on Top Jazz Charts in Europe. His involvement included writing and producing the movies "Cosmopolitan Live" and "Live in Montreux with Al Di Meola.”
Executive producing and writing lyrics for the album "Vocal Rendezvous with Al Di Meola.” His work included production of live and recorded TV shows for the Eurovision Award in Berlin, “Italiani nel Mondo” for RAI 1 (Italy), Montreux Jazz Festival, Stuttgart Jazz Festival, Jurmala Music Festival in Latvia, and Sochi Music Festival.
From 2010 to 2012, Alex co-produced high profile concerts and albums in Cuba, including DVDs and a documentary of these events. These included:
The concert and DVD "Havana Calling" at the Piazza Cathedral in Havana, Cuba. This was the first music show ever to take place at this historic venue. Performers included the legendary Omara Portuondo from Buena Vista Social Club, Leonid Agutin, Pancho Amat, Rene Toledo, and Orlando “Maraca” Valle.
The album, documentary, and DVD "Reencuentros Live at the Grand Theater of Havana," recorded live at El Gran Teatro de La Habana’s García Lorca Concert Hall.
Alex is the author of two award winning books, "The Grand Old Man" and "The Music Without Borders,” and has earned numerous accolades and awards:
Member of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences - "Latin GRAMMYS".
Member of the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
Member of the North American Writers Association.
Award winner of the “Book of the Year” in Germany
Winner of the “Brilliant Duke”
Two-times Winner of New York Cameo Award
Awarded with the International Order of Star “Credo”
Winner of the 2020 Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts "Communicator Award"
Winner of the 25th Annual "the USA songwriting competition" in the category "World Music"
Alex holds a Doctorate degree (PhD) in Management, and lives in Palm Beach, Florida.