A powerful and poetic voice, with sounds drawn from the Brazilian afro jazz and American groove, and a willingness to share her experience as a migrant woman. This is the cocktail imagined and created by Dandara, a young Brazilian woman who recently arrived in Switzerland to continue developing her art. Her desire to connect the four corners of the globe through the prism of her music has led her to collaborate with many of her fellow musicians.

In 2016, she released a duo album with Paulo Monarco with whom she toured throughout Europe and Brazil. In 2020, eager to continue her passion despite the health crisis, she began a series of live videos in which she demonstrated her talent accompanied by guitar and an electronic pad. The young Paulistana does not forget where she comes from and also continues her Brazilian adventure alongside her band Okka, in which she is singer and bassist.


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