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Jô Valença São Paulo/Brazil

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Sou Jô Valença,28 anos, musico instrumentista a mais de 20 anos, desde a infância, e em toda juventude ligado sentimentalmente a música.
Amo viver a música a cada dia, e me tornando este canal de energia para as pessoas por onde levo a mensagem de amor e paz, também venho participando de festivais e eventos com projeto solo e bandas tais como: Sala Espacial, Francisco El hombre, Jardim Das Magos, Stereo Groove, Kanduras, O Grande Grupo Viajante.
A música é minha religião, meu caminho de paz interior e que transparece em todos os seres.

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Philipp Gerisch Halle (Saale)/Germany

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I am a didgeridoo & percussion player based in Germany. I have been busking in Germany, Switzerland, UK and Australia. Currently I am also involved in some projects including guitar, saxophone, piano, harmonica and handpan - usually we meet up for busking jams or play spontaneous concerts.
I began my music journey by learning to play African djembé drum. Didgeridoo and cajon followed and later I started to pick up all kinds of weird little instruments including foot percussions, danmoi (jaw harp) and vocals.

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Andrea Guidetti Ferrara/Italy

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My name’s Andrea and… everything started ten years ago, while strolling along my home town’s streets: it was a hot night in August when I saw a performance by Papi Moreno.
I was literally kidnapped by the sound of an odd instrument, a sort of hyonotic, visceral music which went straight into my soul, deeply.
That odd instrument was a didgeridoo (but then I would discover its real name is Yidaki), so I start collecting information and a guy from Modena called Riccardo Moretti, alias Tribal Need, gave me a quick lesson about how to do round breathing- that’s the only way to play that instrument.
After that quick lesson I started training by myself, to my parents and neighbours’ delight, and I managed to make the first sounds and rhythms… soon my curiosity turned into a deep passion for the didgeridoo and for the Aboriginal culture.
During my studies in Romagna, I luckily got in touch with the man who is a close friend and a personality in Italy for the didgeridoo: virtuoso and master of traditional techniques Paride Russo.
Since then, my eagerness for new sounds has brought me to create new instruments that are self-made, using all sorts of material, so that each of them is unique.
I regularly attend training, gatherings and festivals, such as the famous “Didjin’oz” in Forlimpopoli organized by Fiorino Fiorini, where I can meet other personalities belonging to the didgeridoo world, from Italy and abroad: Andrea Ferroni, Mark Atkins, Jeremy Donovan, Si Mullumby, White Cockatoo and Jeremy Cloake…
I have published the following self-productions: Earth beat in 2003 Walking in 2004 Andrea Guidetti omonimo in 2005 Under the bark in 2006 Honey-ant in 2008 And Streets in 2015
I took part in the “Yidaki compilation vol. 1” together with personalities of the panorama of didgeridoo in Europe and from the whole world, and in “Didgeridoo made in Italy”.
Since 2001 I have taken part in the Ferrara Buskers festival, as an accredited artist, and in other performances of street artists; I experiment fusion with djset in pubs, playing the didgeridoo accompanying the piano, drums, dance, but what I like most is going out in the streets, unplugged version, and setting the vibrant power of my instruments free.
In 2009 my dream came true: I went to Australia, to that continent which had fascinated me since I started my musical adventure, and at last I met Djalu Gurruwiwi, ultimate cult figure and didgeridoo master, during a short workshop in Arnhem Land, where the farthest origins of the instrument are rooted.
Always committed to expressing my passion, I organize courses where the participants are directly involved by the deep and vibrant sounds of this wonderful instrument.

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Mauro Fabi Rio de Janeiro/Brazil

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Soy músico tocó sax hace 14 años tengo 27 adoro viajar las cosas simples y la música es mi sendero mi camino y mi cable a tierra.y la calle es un lugar fantástico para llevar el arte

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Juan Botero Medellín/Colombia

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criado entre los cantos de las cumbias,los currulaos y la salsa.el rock ´n roll, el funk y la musica clasica permearon a la vez, cada uno de mis intereses dandome asi un sin fin de herramientas para tocar en las calles y llegar mas cerca de las personas que dia a dia me escuchan.
toco flauta traversa hace 11 años,un proceso el cual me ha enamorado de las artes, de las personas,recordandome que si se sabe escuchar la musica la podemos tomar de todas partes, tocarla con personas y lugares de todo el mundo sin tener si quiera una lengua en comun.eso es lo que me mueve a diario para tocar:aprender de culturas, personas y musicas nuevas.

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Eric Tarantola Orange/France

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Eric Tarantola jongle avec les notes de sa guitare et de son trombone mais aussi les rythmes de ses petites percussions, orchestrant ingénieusement le tout avec une pédale enregistreuse et des effets en tout genre.
Sa musique est teintée de jazz, de funk, de classique
de musique traditionnelle espagnole, française, argentine, burkinabé, cubaine et plus encore.
Une palette de sons inspirés de par ses origines, ses voyages, ses rencontres...

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Charles Jones Cape Town/South Africa

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Im Charlie and Im a self-taught trombone player. I used to play at the Fifa Worldcup 2010 at Fan-fest. And I used to study with a guy Ian Smith, who is a well known trumpeter. At the age of 6 years I began to play my first guitar chords and my father used to teach me when I was 6 years old. As time passes on I got the opportunity to join up Jazz Workshops. I couldn't read music, but now I do.

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Jeshua Kaslo Bogotá/Colombia

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Soy un soldado de Dios q utiliza la trompeta para dar a conocer las bonitas enseñanzas del todo poderoso ...
Enseñanzas en donde están las respuestas para un mundo mejor , más justo , más pacífico , lleno de amor .

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Moses Concas London/United Kingdom

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I am Moses Concas and I was born in Sardinia, Italy, in 1988. I studied music and theatre since very young.
What I've learned in all my time is that I need communication with the people. I use my harmonica to go inside the soul of the bodies, because my message of peace and compassion in reality keeps me happy everyday. I love my life as much as I love people, as much as I love the music.

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César Berlin/Germany

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Cesar is a trombone player. He's a 27-year-old french musician working to re-introduce acoustic instruments and musicians into electro music. His intuitively improvised sets are made only with a trombone, a loop-station and a drum machine.

Starting with classical music in the conservatory in Paris, he then traveled around the world, stopping first in New Orleans (USA), the birth place of jazz. After living there and being part of different jazz bands touring in Europe and North America, he stopped in Berlin and started his solo project.

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Kazuki Kitagawa Shimoda/Japan

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SMILY combines the indigenous Australian didgeridoo with human beat-boxing to produce a wholly original and contemporary sound, elevating the iconic wind instrument to new levels of potential the music world has never seen.

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Stefan Poole New Orleans/United States

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I've been a street performer here for about three years, honing my craft and meeting so many interesting people. Also, about three years ago (the summer, of course) I began creating and selling designer loincloths (Kuttes Sauvages) with mounting success. No matter what happens here, I'm extremely excited to see the next few years of adventure.

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Jason Chamberlain Seattle/United States

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Multi-instrumentalist Jason Chamberlain is no stranger to sonic experimentation and his latest project, J'owl, is no exception. Combining elements of industrial, hip-hop, and jazz; J'owl creates a sonic collage that can only be described as cyberpunk jazz.

Keeping with a dystopian theme, J'owl has taken his sound to the streets, busking to crowds in and around the Seattle area, receiving positive response from those who would pass by.

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Tiago Souza Rio de Janeiro/Brazil

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Musician, lover, father and good friend. This music was originally created to play with the flute, but, since I started playing the trombone, I fell in love with the instrument and now I dedicate myself to it.

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