Creole dance
Groove Lélé, Ernst Reijseger, René Lacaille, Jako Maron

Reunion Island

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10 to 18 €

Première française

Zembrocal musical

Ernst Reijseger

cello

Mola Sylla

vocals, drums

Groove Lélé

Willy Phileas

vocals soloist

Jules Benard

roulèr, drum, tapou, vocals

David Doris

kayamb, drum, tapou, vocals

Luciano Alcimedon

sati, choir

Fabrice Lambert

congas, drum, tapou, vocals

Judicaël Vitry « Didi »

piker, drum, tapou, djembe, vocals

Béatrice Phileas, Marie-Claude Lambert, Judicaël Phileas

dance, vocals

www.groovelele.fr www.ernstreijseger.com

Fanfaroné

René Lacaille et ses « dalons »

René Lacaille

vocals, accordion

Alain Debiossat

tenor and soprano saxophones

Yann Denèque

alto saxophone, clarinet

Julien Eil

bass clarinet, baritone saxophone, flute

Marc Lacaille

bugle, trompet, charango, drum, kayanm, vocals, tambourine, pandeiro

Yanis Lacaille

roulèr, morlon, matalon, bata, vocals, bass

Oriane Lacaille

triangle, kayanm, vocals

www.renelacaille.com

Electronica Dub Maloya

Jako Maron

www.myspace.com/jakomaron

This second gala event, a festive and convivial Creole evening presenting, for the first time, new works by the famous group Groove Lélé, from the Réunion island , arranged by virtuoso cellist Ernst Reijseger and singer Mola Sylla, followed by René Lacaille, the most Dauphinois of Réunion’s inhabitants, who will introduce us to his Fanfaroné, which is a kind of family brass band, composed of some amazing musicians and featuring the rhythmics that are a key ingredient of Maloya music. Finally, Jako Maron will show us that electronics can get to grips with any type of music… including highly spiced varieties!

Co-accueil : L’Heure Bleue de St-Martin d’Hères / DDB en partenariat avec le Commissariat pour l’année de l’Outre Mer.

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