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Cheerful songs, the sounds of drums and rattles, and traditional tropical environment will seize the center of Bogota.

Le soleil / la presse Article

The festival, which this year celebrates its 20 th anniversary will culminate on Saturday with the presentation of a show - a first - which gets underway from 18h to Place D'Youville before taking St. John Street. Follow the Masked Ball hosted by Blandine singer accompanied many artists. The scene of the Place D'Youville will come alive on Thursday. At 21:30, the festival will welcome the Burkinabe Amety Méria singer and his musicians. The New York group Kokolo will look to move the crowd to the sound of his Afro-beat rhythms Latin flavor from 20h.

Jazz FM 91 Interview

We continue a series that features musicians from the African continent who now live in Toronto. Congolese singer Blandine Kan has performed on stages around the world, and attracted a lot of attention with her R&B-influenced sound. But as she tells our Community Arts Reporter Shirley Camia, she is finding the most success by embracing her heritage:
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