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Anna Luna Lucas

Jazz singer from Barcelona, Formed in Jazz and brazilian jazz. She have just recorded her 6th project. Jazz instrumental tunes sung in spanish. Originals and classics from Miles, Henderson, Gillespie....with spanish lyrics. Swing, bossa and latin. She studied Vocal techniques, harmony, Piano and Guitar She has guitar as a second instrument (jazz and Bossa)


”Sketches” Anna Luna Sextet 2007 (New Mood Jazz) Anna Luna wanted to reflect in her new album all the influences that have marked her artistic career. Styles like Jazz, Pop and Bossa-Nova are mixed with her warm voice resulting in an atmosphere of fresh yet elegant jazz. ”Sketches” deserves to be praised as one of the most challenging albums, by a jazz songstress, to come along in years. It's a truly rare case of a perfect repertoire in the beautiful & pure voice of a perfect singer, with the support of an infallible group of musicians. Anna Luna is such an original force of nature that even too often recorded songs like “My Favourite Things” (in an up-tempo arrangement, full of time signature changes, with Anna phrasing rhythmically a la Diane Reeves. Her seductive voice, her ability on ballads is another big quality. Anna Luna's herself provided the Spanish lyrics to three songs: Sinatra's hit “If I Should Lose You” (done in a delightful unpredictable arrangement), Dizzy Gillespie's bop anthem “Night in Tunisia” (that became “Y Se Hace de Noche en Tunisia”) and Cedar Walton's sunny original “Firm Roots”

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Primary Instrument

Voice / vocals


Modern and Jazz voice teacher Aula de Sò (Barcelona) Escola Ariadna (Sabadell) Prived lessons

Clinic/Workshop Information

Brasilian Jazz clinics for music schools Different rithms, phrases, jazz brazilian lenguage Voice- Anna Luna Guitar- Danilo Pinheiro Drums & Percussion- Roberto Faenzi



Sketches Anna Luna...

New Mood Jazz Records



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