“With roots in Buenos Aires and a home base in Brooklyn, Juana Luna is a driven, passionate, and charismatic songwriter who knows a thing or two about crafting powerful lyrics and amazing melodies, as well as interpreting classic South American styles.
(…) Luna’s sound is very direct and energetic, yet intimate and emotional”
The Journal of Roots Music NO DEPRESSION Magazine
“Today when so many artists are producing homogeneous music, it is refreshing to hear something like Luna, a performer who embraces her traditional roots. She boasts an innovative and unique cultural flair, blurring the lines between genres.”
THE JAZZ CORNER
Juana Luna is a singer, composer and a community artist. Her sound style paints worldly soundscapes, from the Argentinean folk, to the bolero, the tango, the candombe and more.
She has recorded and performed with renowned artists including Juan Falú, Leo Genovese, Sofia Rei, RINI, the NY Philharmonic Orchestra.
Luna has been commissioned songs and compositions for Berklee Press, Carnegie Hall, Bilingual Birdies, and HandsOn Music amongst others.
Juana's single “Los Verdes”, won the Award for best Latin song at the 17th edition IMAs Awards in NY. Her single “Vou” and her first EP, were also nominated for the same awards.
Juana is a songwriter and teaching artist for the Lullaby Project and Big Note Little Note, both at Carnegie Hall NYC. She has also collaborated with El Puente and National Sawdust as the lead teaching artist and vocalist for their CoLab Songwriting Workshop, which concluded with a musical performance in Brooklyn during may 2022.
Juana graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2013 (she holds a B.A in Contemporary Writing and Production). That same year she moved to Brooklyn, NY where she still lives, surrounded by a community of friends and musicians that she loves and makes music with.