Anamaria Sayre Anamaria Sayre is a multimedia producer for NPR Music with a focus on elevating Latinx stories and music.
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Anamaria Sayre

Assistant Producer, NPR Music

Anamaria Sayre is a multimedia producer for NPR Music with a focus on elevating Latinx stories and music. She's the producer for Alt.Latino, NPR's pioneering radio show and podcast celebrating Latin music and culture, and the curator of Latin artists at the Tiny Desk.

Originally from southern California, she's an avid lover of mountains, beaches and stories that pair best with a cafecito in her abuela's backyard.

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NPR Music's best music of May includes (from top left, clockwise) Kendrick Lamar, Bad Bunny, Julia Reidy, Ravyn Lenae and Ethel Cain. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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NPR's favorite music of May, from a San Benito summer to an uneasy opus

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Bad Bunny performs onstage in Miami during "The Last Tour Of The World" on April 1, 2022. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rosalía's music, persona and visuals are gripping in a way that's distinct from your typical pop star. Daniel Sannwald hide caption

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Rosalía is unafraid to pull from every corner of the world

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Syd, of The Internet, has a new solo album today called Broken Hearts Club, one of the notable releases on a crazy-packed release day. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on April 8

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NPR's favorite music of March, from sledgehammer punk to a radiant cantata

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We try to understand how musical titans with incredibly different sounds and styles, like Celia Cruz and Selena, fit under the same 'Latin music' genre. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Alt.Latino and Code Switch: What is 'Latin Music' anyway?

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