La Luz de la Luna is a collaborative duo or trio, based in Phoenix, AZ. Born out of a passion for traditional Mexican music, La Luz brings a raw and intimate approach to classic styles such as Rancheras, Boleros and Huapangos. Currently, you can find the ladies (and sometimes the gentlemen) playing shows throughout Phoenix. Check out our upcoming events here: /shows

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. The concept is simple. Keep it simple. Just like our family gatherings, one or two people playing guitar (maybe more instruments if you're lucky) and EVERYONE singing. All the songs that we've grown up with that bring you back to times with family and loved ones. Always sung with reverence and always con PASIÓN!!!

La Luz de la Luna is a bright gem in our desert city. A melodic journey through women's voices, power, and history through the Americas! They bring a hemispheric celebration to Phoenix, connecting us with spirit of femininity and strength from Mexico to South America.”

— Mary Stephens - Producing Director, Performance in the Borderlands (ASU)


  • The Orpheum Theatre
  • The Musical Instrument Museum 
  • The Heard Museum 
  • Phoenix Art Museum 
  • Mesa Arts Center 
  • Scottsdale Center For The Performing Arts
  • Chandler Center For The Arts
  • Herberger Theater Center
  • Phoenix Convention Center
  • Desert Botanical Garden
  • Phoenix Center For the Arts 
  • Scottsdale Arts Festival
  • Tempe Festival of The Arts
  • The Van Buren 
  • Crescent Ballroom 
  • The Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
  • The Scottsdale Waterfront
  • El Chorro
  • Mission Palms
  • Clarendon Hotel
  • Valley Bar 
  • Last Exit Live
  • Tradiciones 
  • Centrico
  • Gallo Blanco 
  •  ...AND MORE


  • Cala Alliance 
  • Hispanicize 
  • Chicanos Por La Causa
  • Phoenix Hispanic Network
  • C.A.L.L.E de Arizona
  • XICO Inc.
  • American Alliance Of Museums 
  • The Sagrado Galleria
  • Arizona Theatre Company 
  • Friendly House 
  • City of Phoenix
  • City of Tempe 
  • La Phoenikera 
  • Girls Who Rock
  • The Phoenix Frida's
  •  ...AND MORE

La Luz de la Luna’s performance at Phoenix Art Museum for the exhibition preview of Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire delighted guests and helped to create a welcoming, lively ambiance. Their traditional Mexican music complemented the theme of the exhibition well, and their presentation was professional and engaging. ”

— Phoenix Art Museum