Originally from Québec, Joanna Moon is inspired by a range of outstanding flamenco artists from Spain. She
creates a unique musical sound that is both personal and refined. A woman from the north, marrying wild,
warm and sensual Andalusian and Cuban rhythms to her French and Spanish lyrics.
With a new band and new project, the fiery singer presents original material and sings classic songs by
Marina Heredia, La Macanita, Niña Pastori and many others in her own singular style. The new project
features all-star musicians, Nicolas Hernandez, flamenco guitar (Jesse Cook, Esmeralda Enrique), Scott
Kemp, upright bass (Elizabeth Sheppard, Métis Fiddler Quartet) and Rosendo Chendy León Arocha,
percussion (Jesse Cook, Sultans of String).
In 2009, with the help of the Arts Council of Ontario, Joanna produced her first album “Vagabunda.”
Collaborations on this project included the unique accordion stylings of Jaro Czerwinec (Cowboy Junkies,
Gordon Downie) and the soulful flamenco guitar of Nicolas Hernandez, producer and guest musician.