Peruvian Singer Tania Libertad at UCLA's Royce Hall, with Special Guest Lura
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Selling more than two million albums worldwide and acting as an honorary UNESCO Peace Ambassador, Peru’s Tania Libertad is among the most significant Latin American artists today. Deeply grounded in the fertile Afro-Peruvian music of her homeland, she is truly a singer without borders, exploring and redefining musical styles on her own terms, from spirited dance songs to wistful tearjerkers. Libertad returns to UCLA Live in another thrilling evening of Afro-Peruvian roots music. She will be joined by the Portuguese singer Lura, who brings an exciting new street-wise sensibility and urban sensuality to the Cape Verdean music first made famous by Cesaria Evora.