Luciana Panaino

Real name: Panaino, Luciana
(31 October 1971 - )
Place of birth:
Quilmes (Buenos Aires) Argentina

he began her career by joining different outfits that played an eclectic repertoire. She sang jazz and bossa nova music along with the guitarist Alejandro Sancho, folk music with the bass player and percussionist Claudio Solino.

She also joined the group El Albornoz led by the guitarist Gustavo Albornoz which played compositions by the bandleader and Latin American songs.

Thereafter she devoted herself to tango and developed her style through different settings: Batacazo Trío; a duet with the Mar del Plata guitarist Darío Landi; a duet with the guitarist Diego Rolón; a duet with the guitarist Pepe Luna, the group De Buen Talante Tango with Pepe Luna on guitar, Claudio Solino on bass and percussion, and Pablo Chajet on clarinet; Luciana Panaino Cuarteto with Claudio Solino on bass and percussion, Fernando Lighezzolo (piano) and Pedro Rossi (guitar).

In 2006, as solist female Singer she presented her first tango compact disc, Un Solo Amor with lyrics that speak about the different phases of love and written by the classic poets of tango. The arrangements belong to Claudio Solino and Pepe Luna.

In 2008, she recorded a new disc Confesión which especially deals with the works and life of the poet José María Contursi, among other authors of the genre. The arrangements are written by Claudio Solino and Luis A. Pérez.

She has appeared at different venues of the city of Buenos Aires and in the interior of the country. She is now accompanied by Luis A. Pérez (guitar), Emiliano Reinoso (piano) and Claudio Solino (doublé bass).