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Sound technicians

Stéphane SERGENTON "Sergeant"

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Charly MONNERET

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Cedric CORRIERI

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Olivier PEAK

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Matthew BASTIN

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Lionel MERCIER

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Alexis Morel

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

Light technicians

Bruno RONCHETTI

Three singing musicians tell you a story. The rhythms and vocal harmonies range from pure energy to contemplation.

The texts and compositions of Mamiso (pronounced Mamsou), ambassador of the big island since the 90s with the Senge group, and his acolytes Njiva and Cloé , are inspired, among other things, by the musical traditions of the south of his native island. Performed a cappella or accompanied by body or instrumental percussion, various acuostic instruments, sometimes choreographed, the songs alternate between harmonized melodies and more theatrical parts, forming a poetic patchwork like the festivals in bush villages.

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