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Praia, Mar 16 (Inforpress) –  The Kriol Jazz Festival, through the artist Jenifer  Solidade, is part ofthe first edition of “Culturas 360 –  Music is everywhere”  ‘online’ festival, a  collective bringing together, from March 27 to 28 , nine festivals from five different continents.

The information was provided today to Inforpress  by producer José da Silva, known as  Djô  da Silva, who explained that due the impossibility of performing physically because of the pandemic, the most respected music festivals, from the most varied corners of the world came together and in online format, they gave birth to “Culturas 360”.

“The idea came from Sunfest Canada after several meetings with representatives from other prestigious festivals and each festival was left with a responsibility (…) and we have been preparing for this day for four months,” he said.

Representing the Kriol  Jazz Festival, which is already in its 11th edition and which for two consecutive years has been postponed to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, will be the artist from Mindelo, who works for several years with the producer Harmonia,  Jenifer  Solidade.

The artist chose the Sal island ocean as the scenery to record her participation in this ‘online’ festival that will last three hours per day.



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