Elida Almeida & Tiloun
Two generations, two islands 10,000 km apart, nothing predestined Elisa Almeida a native of Cape Verde and Tiloun a native of La Reunion , to meet one day.
Two music embedded in their own territory and singular history, two rhythms created by slaves during the colonial periode (invented through slavery). Song in creole and danced, maloya, funaná and batuque present numerous similarities. Based on this (family) relationship, the two artists have collaborated and presented their new Creole-inspired creations at Praia in Santigo during the Kriol Jazz Festival.