Sandra Luna sings Tango in San Francisco

Program Details:
Artist: Sandra Luna 2005 Grammy Nominee - The Voice of Buenos Aires an Evening of Argentine Tango in Song Artist Website: ( )
Date: Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Show times: 7:30 PM and 9:45 PM
Place: San Francisco Legion of Honor
Address: 100 34th Avenue (34th & Clement in Lincoln Park) San Francisco
Tickets: Online at
Tickets Prices: General Admission: $25 in advance/$30 at the door

The Tango of Argentina is not just music, nor is it just a dance; it is an emotional expression of the life experience of a whole people. Born in one of the many marganalized districts of Buenos Aires, singer Sandra Luna has come to San Francisco to share with us and help us understand the tango experience the best way she knows how, through the words of its songs.

San Francisco has been awed by the dance and trilled by the music; for one night only, 2005 Grammy nominee, Sandra Luna, brings the "City's" tango full circle. If you are a lover of the tango or just the Spanish language you cannot pass up this chance to listen to it expressed in the most sensual medium ever created. Do not miss this opportunity to hear one of Argentina's newest rising stars express the results of over 130 years of musical evolution, this truly is, the Tango.

This program is an Extreme Tango Production in association with World Connection and Time Square Records. Sandra Luna and her trio (piano, cello, and bandoneon) will perform at San Francisco's Legion of Honor (34th & Clement in Lincoln Park) in two shows starting at 7:30 PM and 9:45 PM. Ticket available online at keyword "Luna". Tickets are all General Admission: $25 in advance/$30 at the door. For more information go online to .
If you would like to learn more about her, check out these links:
Audio Samples:
Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir:
Tango Varon:
Me Llaman Luna:

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