"Caloé is one of the most exciting revelations of the last few seasons", Jazz Magazine
"A magic potion capable of cooling us down in the summer and warming us up in the winter", Drummer Magazine
Brazilian singer, composer, actor, playwright and writer, Chico Buarque is one of the artists who, along with Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil, brought about a major revival in Brazilian music at the end of the 1960s. They were among the initiators of the genre called Música Popular Brasileira (MPB), which was born of the fusion of styles that surrounded them, such as bossa nova, samba, jazz and rock 'n' roll, while at the same time being the medium of protest against the military dictatorship.
Caloé sings jazz, improvises, interprets music from different cultures and writes music and words. She is a fervent admirer of Ella Fitzgerald and studies scat with precision and technique to master it in her own way. Always surrounded by excellent musicians, she performs in France and abroad. Caloé has played in many places such as the Tribeca Arts Center in New York, the Zinco Jazz Club in Mexico City, the Cosmopolitan Hall in Oslo, the Fashing Jazz Club in Stockholm and various European festivals.
DANIEL GRASSIN piano
LAURE SANCHEZ bass
OLIVIER ROBIN battery