La Luz de la Luna is a collaborative duo or trio, based in Phoenix, AZ. Born out of a passion for traditional Mexican folkloric music, La Luz brings a raw and intimate approach to classic styles such as Rancheras, Boleros and Huapangos. While La Luz de la Luna IS NOT a mariachi band, the band brings an approach to these styles that is unique while honoring traditions. Combinations may include acoustic guitar, accordion, violin, percussion and rich vocals. Subtle, yet powerful, the ladies can provide a beautiful soundscape (and beautiful stage set up) and engage the listeners with their passionate melodies.
Built for a wide range of audiences, the ladies have played all over the valley in wide variety of places. The Heard Museum, The Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Mesa Arts Center, Phoenix Center For The Arts, The Van Buren, Crescent Ballroom, Valley Bar, Centrico @ The San Carlos, multiple Arizona music festivals and many more. Also, having worked for such prestigious organizations such as Hispanicize, Cala Alliance, The American Alliance of Museums and the Bi-National Arts Residency, the ladies bring their 'A' game with professionalism and grace.
“Luz de Luna are brilliant musicians and performers. They are professional, thoughtful, and committed to making your event successful and memorable. Their performances are powerful and moving. From their gorgeous song selections, to their stunning voices and musical arrangements, this band will captivate your audience and steal their hearts. Every time I listen to La Luz de la Luna I feel like I have been waiting for this band to appear in Phoenix for a long time: three bilingual women musicians singing a repertoire that, in beautiful and imaginative ways, tells the story of this place. ” Casandra Hernández Faham ~ Executive Director, CALA Alliance