Julia Vari ft Margarita Luna

Julia Vari ft Margarita Luna

Sun · June 17, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

Tickets starting from $20

The full dinner menu is available for purchase as soon as doors open. Your ticket purchase is the only reservation you need. A minimum of two items ($20.00) is required per person. $10 ticket INCREASE on day of show. Valet parking available with validation for $6. There is metered street parking as well but be sure to read the signs. Parking is NOT permitted on Woodbridge St. after 9pm nightly.

Julia Vari ft Margarita Luna
Julia Vari ft Margarita Luna
Give Dad the gift of music!! Two extraordinary Latin American artists join forces for an unforgettable Father’s Day celebration south of the border -- without leaving Los Angeles! Experience this unique, romantic musical journey through Mexico and Latin America, led by singer- songwriter and pianist Julia Vari and singer-guitarist Margarita Luna, accompanied by top-level Los Angeles musicians. You will enjoy a wide array of Latin American masterpieces – from timeless classics like “Besame mucho” and “Guantanamera” to lesser-known jewels and original music – in fresh acoustic versions that fusion boleros, ballads and jazz with Latin rhythms. The perfect Fathers Day gift for all!
Julia Vari
Julia Vari
Gratefully to return to Vitellos, Julia Vari sings in eight languages and has toured internationally behind two jazz-fusion albums that both hit the Top Five jazz and world music charts in Latin America. Her music fusions Pop sounds with jazz, electro, world music, and Latin influences.

Julia has recorded and/or shared the stage with artists such as Armando Manzanero, Arturo Sandoval, Francisco Cespedes, Carlos Cuevas and Josh Nelson, and has performed in venues such as Mexico City’s National Auditorium “Lunario,” Bogui Jazz Club in Madrid, CARIFESTA Festival in Haiti, and UCLA Semel Institute Auditorium.
Margarita Luna
Margarita Luna
Hailing from Guadalajara, Mexico, Margarita Luna is a versatile singer who enjoys exploring different musical styles, ranging from traditional Latin American soulful rhythms such as bossa nova, bolero, cha-cha and salsa to more contemporary styles. Margarita has toured extensively throughout the United States, Mexico, Latin America, and most recently in Japan! She has performed in venues such as Center for the Arts of Eagle Rock, MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Art), MOLAA Son de Cuba, and the Huntington Park Library.



Both artists believe that music is a universal language that has no borders, and strive to promote tolerance and understanding among human beings through their art.
Venue Information:
Upstairs At Vitello's
4349 Tujunga Ave
Studio City, CA, 91604
http://www.vitellosrestaurant.com/