Singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Brazilian musician from the culturally emergent Curitiba.

Thaïs Morell belongs to a new generation of Brazilian musicians who have extensive training and the ability to move with ease between various musical styles. With a stunning live show, at once intense and delicate, she mixes the jazzy chords of Bossa Nova with folklore and street rhythms from Brazil and elsewhere, achieving the most varied audiences.

She performed concerts and workshops in more than 50 cities in Spain, Brazil, France, Italy, Uruguay, Finland, Ghana, Estonia, Colombia, Belgium, Netherlands, and England.


Soema Montenegro (ARGENTINA)

Owner of a unique style, the Buenos Aire's singer and composer reaffirms her musical identity through the miscegenation of landscapes, sound, and poetic experiences. Soema Montenegro is an experimental singer-songwriter based in Buenos Aires who mixes the sounds and images of the landscapes of the jungle and the mountains with her original poetry, creating a new and unique voice in the current music scene of South America. 

Often referred to as a poet-shaman, Soema finds inspiration from indigenous traditions and nature while continuing to be relevant and innovative. 

Her charming theatrical and emotive narrative transcends language and transports listeners. He has received praise from critics of international audiences around the world.


Victor Mendoza (MEXICO)

Victor Mendoza is considered by international critics as one of the most prestigious artists in Latin Jazz world, in addition to his reputation as an educator of contemporary music.

As a soloist, his performances include the World Festival Orchestra under the direction of Paquito de Rivera, Milan Svoboda Orchestra in Prague, Sinfonica Carlos Chávez in Mexico, Symphony Orchestra of the City of Granada and the prestigious Jazz Knights Big Band of West Point. Recent concerts include performances in Japan, Korea and Taiwan National Theater. His recordings and concerts include collaborations with Paquito D'Rivera, Danilo Pérez, Claudio Roditi, Jorge Pardo, Giovanni Hidalgo, Horacio "El Negro" Hernández, Antonio Sánchez, Lee Konitz, Perico Sambeat and Jorge Pardo, among others. 


Polly Ferman - Daniel Binelli 


Daniel Binelli, music director, bandoneonist, composer and arrangement
Polly Ferman, music director and pianist

World-class musicians Daniel Binelli and Polly Ferman have united their talents to develop and further the appreciation of the tango, milonga, Candombe, and other Latin American musical forms in the rarely heard partnership of the bandoneón and piano. Their performances reflect the elegance and the subtlety of the traditional tango, the sauciness of the milonga, the romance of the waltz, and the temperament and power of the contemporary tango. 

With Binelli and Ferman's teamwork, one missed none of the nostalgia, lyrical passion and throbbing dance rhythms that mark Piazzola's works.


Joaquín Merino (ARGENTINA)

Singer and songwriter from Patagonia, Argentina. Raised in a family of artists. His sound search is intimate, simple and stripped like the Patagonian landscape that surrounded him all his life.