An Evening of Mexican Jazz and Tango - Eugenia Leon with La Camorra Quintet
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The last date listed for Eugenia Leon with La Camorra Quintet was Thursday September 2, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Very disappointed that Eugenia Leon cancelled her performance ... we drove from San Clemente to Long Beach in traffic, only to find out when we arrived @ the theater that Eugenia was not performing. We had no real choice, but to turn around & return to San Clemente or to stay & watch Son De Madera
( Eugenia's replacement ). We opted to stay ... they were AWESOME & we enjoyed them tremendously ! However, we feel that it was inexcusable on the part of Eugenia's management team or whomever was responsible for her visa to not arrange everything correctly & in a timely manner.
This was supposed to be a very special event for myself & my Mexican-born husband.
Eugenia León's style is sultry, sophisticated, and intimate. She has recorded 22 albums exploring the traditional music of México and Latin America, jazz and world music. Her most recent album, Pasional, spent months on México’s top 40 charts.