Clara Luna's new album, Viajes, as its name suggests, is a mix of different sounds: some of them are anchored in jazz, others make references to pop, and some are directed toward folklore, and some escape to the other side of the pond to drink from the traditional South American music. Viajes is a work that draws its strength from the blend of latitudes that are found in Clara's voice, taking your ears through a musical journey.
Clara Luna began playing and studying piano at the Conservatory of Barcelona. Gradually she grew towards jazz and discovered its closest instrument, the voice, combined with the piano. After these years of apprenticeship she traveled to New York to perfect the art and broaden her education. All this experiences and training has made Clara a multifaceted singer, capable of working in many different styles.