Pascuala Ilabaca Y Fauna

TD Mainstage Bandshell

Chile’s Pascuala Ilabaca is considered one of the most prominent talents in Latin America and a leading light in a cohort of exciting young Chilean singer-songwriters who redefined creativity following the dark days of dictator Augusto Pinochet.

Xênia França

TD Mainstage Bandshell

Xênia França is a talented singer-songwriter from Bahia, Brazil who navigates between jazz, electronica and pop with a bossa nova flair. Her sound is soft and sensual, shrouded in mystique and otherworldly energy. At the centre of an art scene concerned with reviving and disseminating African-Brazilian culture, this ‘force of nature’ has emerged as the voice of female empowerment.

Suonno d’Ajere

Peter Inch & Associates South Stage

Suonno d’Ajere means ‘The Dream of Yesterday’ and refers to a famous song title by Neapolitan cantautore Pino Daniele. It’s also the band name adopted by three passionate musicians, born and bred in the city of Naples, Italy, who despite their different musical backgrounds – from jazz to light music, from popular to classical – came together in 2016 to prove once and for all that the tradition of Neapolitan songwriting is still as moving and relevant as it has ever been.

Hirahi Afonso

Jazz Village North Stage

For Gran Canarian artist Hirahi Afonso, traditional Canarian music could have been his natural environment, allowing him to move like a fish in water; however, the timple (a traditional five-string plucked string instrument native to the Canary Islands) has been his tool to explore different musical styles like jazz and pop.

Pascuala Ilabaca Y Fauna

Centre Stage

Chile’s Pascuala Ilabaca is considered one of the most prominent talents in Latin America and a leading light in a cohort of exciting young Chilean singer-songwriters who redefined creativity following the dark days of dictator Augusto Pinochet.

Xênia França

Jazz Village North Stage

Xênia França is a talented singer-songwriter from Bahia, Brazil who navigates between jazz, electronica and pop with a bossa nova flair. Her sound is soft and sensual, shrouded in mystique and otherworldly energy. At the centre of an art scene concerned with reviving and disseminating African-Brazilian culture, this ‘force of nature’ has emerged as the voice of female empowerment.

Pascuala Ilabaca Y Fauna

Peter Inch & Associates South Stage

Chile’s Pascuala Ilabaca is considered one of the most prominent talents in Latin America and a leading light in a cohort of exciting young Chilean singer-songwriters who redefined creativity following the dark days of dictator Augusto Pinochet.

Suonno d’Ajere

Centre Stage

Suonno d’Ajere means ‘The Dream of Yesterday’ and refers to a famous song title by Neapolitan cantautore Pino Daniele. It’s also the band name adopted by three passionate musicians, born and bred in the city of Naples, Italy, who despite their different musical backgrounds – from jazz to light music, from popular to classical – came together in 2016 to prove once and for all that the tradition of Neapolitan songwriting is still as moving and relevant as it has ever been.

Hirahi Afonso

Centre Stage

For Gran Canarian artist Hirahi Afonso, traditional Canarian music could have been his natural environment, allowing him to move like a fish in water; however, the timple (a traditional five-string plucked string instrument native to the Canary Islands) has been his tool to explore different musical styles like jazz and pop.