William Luna will celebrate his 35th anniversary at the Eduardo Dibós Coliseum | RMMN entertainment | PEOPLE


william moon He has previously indicated that he is not a big fan of anniversary celebrations, however, after the pandemic, the singer-songwriter changed his mind and is now getting ready to celebrate with his thousands of followers the 35 years of artistic life he has been on stage.

The event that celebrates his musical career will be on November 5 at the Eduardo Dibós Coliseum in San Borja from 7 p.m.

In this show, the singer of “Niñachay”, “Mi Valentín”, Vienes y te vas”, “De la nada” will present, together with his band, a selection of ballads with contemporary Andean airs, huaynos and sayas, which have allowed him to tour successfully every corner of our country and abroad.

william moon He has given concerts in Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, the United States, and Canada. He has also taken his music to Sweden, Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, France and Switzerland.

He has also participated in events together with the tenor Juan Diego Florez, Los Kjarkas from Bolivia, Gian Marco Zignago, among others. He has collaborated on projects such as Jean Pierre Magnet’s, in Kuska, alongside Diosdado Gaitán Castro, Max Castro and Pepe Alva. He has also recorded with artists, including Ayacuchana singer-songwriter Magaly Solier.

She also collaborated interpreting “Linda wawita”, a composition by Juan Carlos Fernández for the series “Al fondo hay lugar”, and has been part of the program “El Gran Show” by Gisela Valcárcel.

And although his has always been the romantic line, william moon He has also expressed his deep admiration and respect for Christian music. She has eight musical productions.

Tickets to see this anniversary concert are now available on Teleticket.

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