KRIOL JAZZ FEST – PRESS REVIEW

KRIOL JAZZ PRAIA

“Total mess”

Jowee Omicil made the Pracinha the Great School in Plateau of jazz space that gave like to see. Can not contribute much, the audience stood and cheered in ecstasy. Omicil was brilliantly accompanied on drums, piano and bass guitar, but the intensity of his “sax” and trumpet made a “Bash!” to the plateau. Total mess.”Sabi di obi, bnit d’udja”.
The Canadian with origins of Haiti constantly down the stage to a sublime interaction with the public who handed out bracelets as if to say: “Do not forget I was here.” Impossible to forget. Unforgettable and amazing was also the way closed.
Source : www.asemana.publ.cv

“The Organizer Djô da Silva ensures that was very strong musically and it is satisfied with the public which appeared in number “considerable”. In the form of balance in this issue, those who can participate in three days, said almost in unison that Friday night was stronger. Jowee Omicil and Richard Bona marked the 2015 Edition. The Kriol Jazz Festival ends and leave Miss, go the artists but the jazz…”
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“The irreverent Jowee Omicil (Haiti / Canada), amused and delighted the jazz aficionados with improvisations on instruments and stage presence (left the stage a few times to interact with the audience).
Source : www.avoz.cv

Du 4 au 11 Avril a eu lieu la 7ème édition du Kriol Jazz Festival. Il est l’un des meilleurs festivals mondiaux.Durant une semaine, des sons venus d’ailleurs ont résonné dans les rues de Praia, à Santiago.
La musique est un art important dans la culture de ce pays, et le jazz a donc été mis à l’honneur grâce à ce festival. De nombreux artistes venus du monde entier se sont déplacés à l’occasion de cet événement. Le festival à l’aspect cosmopolite a conquis les organisateurs et les professionnels venus assistés au Kriol Jazz Festival.
Le saxophoniste Jowee Omicil a eu un grand succès lors de ce Festival, les personnes présentes étaient ravies de sa prestation !
Le canadien d’origine haïtienne rend hommage dans sa musique à ses “ancêtres” qui lui ont donné l’envie de jouer et de vivre de la musique.
Source : www.jazzradio.fr

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