Art House was founded by Julio Reyes Copello to discover, produce, and support honest music. In its creative space, artists can truly feel free to write or record their music while having access to the most polished production and engineering possible; all of Art House’s endeavors are treated with profound respect. Its core is the deep appreciation of the Art, and regardless of genre or language, music created within its walls connects with people by staying true to its transformative power. In a world filled with noise, Art House is a sanctuary for true music, freedom, and artistic expression.
As a recording studio Art House is home to Ricky Martin’s 2015 GRAMMY winning album A Quien Quiera Escuchar, as well as Pablo Alborán’s latest album Prometo released in 2017 among others. As a record label, Art House has discovered, developed, and released the debut projects of Latin GRAMMY nominees Juan Pablo Vega and Paula Arenas, as well as artists Brika, and BOGART, in addition to supporting Latin GRAMMY 2014 Best New Artist Mariana Vega. Art House also provides a platform for collaborations with some of the most inspiring artists today, leading with a creative association with the wondrous Natasha Bedingfield, which is followed by one with Argentinan prodigy Nahuel Pennisi. As a member of the international recording industry the company prides itself in sharing a forum for ideas in music, technology, and business in both English and Spanish geared to a global audience, and aims to continue to represent the best in Music in Miami on fronts like virtual reality, live music, and professional workshops. Welcome home!