Born out of a passion for traditional Mexican music, La Luz de la Luna brings a raw and intimate approach to classic styles such as rancheras, boleros and huapangos. The group’s approach to these styles is elegant and subdued while honoring traditions. Combinations may include acoustic guitar, accordion, violin, percussion and rich vocals. Subtle, yet powerful, the ladies deliver a beautiful soundscape and engage the listeners with their passionate melodies. The concept is simple: Keep it simple. Just like their family gatherings, a typical show has one or two people playing guitar (maybe more instruments if you’re lucky) and EVERYONE singing all the songs that they’ve grown up with that bring them back to times with family and loved ones—always sung with reverence and always con PASIÓN!
La Luz de la Luna is a collaborative trio, based in Phoenix. 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. You can find the ladies (and sometimes the gentlemen) playing shows throughout Phoenix. Growing up immersed in the rich cultural heritage of Mexican American culture was a blessing for the ladies of La Luz. The passion, the food, the dance, the arte, the MÚSICA has inspired them to share this music with the world. La Luz has played all over the Valley, including the Orpheum Theatre, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Herberger Theater, the Heard Museum, the Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Mesa Arts Center, Chandler Center for the Arts, and more.