Eda diaz

Eleonore Diaz Arbelaez aka Eda Diaz, Franco-Colombian singer and double bassist, studied music from a very young age (piano and classical singing), and it was as an adult that she discovered the double bass. It was then that she began to perform in concert alongside contemporary and Latin music artists such as Natascha Rogers, Puerto Candelaria, Maria-Cristina Plata and Captain Cumbia.

At the same time, Eléonore composed her first songs under the pseudonym Eda and released her first EP in November 2017 where she plunged us into the intimacy of her colourful, poetic universe, steeped in Latin tradition. Her next album is scheduled for autumn 2020.

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