Lenna Bahule is a multi-talented artist—a Singer, Art Educator and Cultural Activist, born in Maputo, Mozambique. She's deeply involved in researching exchanges with the afro cultures and social movements of her country and other African diasporas. In Brazil where she lived for 7 years, she funded research about vocal music and the different ways of using the voice and body as a musical instrument and for artistic expression.
Varijashree Venugopal was born to musician parents Sri H.S. Venugopal and Smt. T.V. Rama. She was found to have the rare ability to identify about 50 ragas when she was a 18 month old toddler and about 200 ragas at the age of 4.
Having trained in one of the strongest classical forms of music – Carnatic, Varijashree finds her own space and unique language by interspersing different genres of music and merging into various musical cultures, yet retaining the authencity of her musical roots. These cross cultural experiments have led to her work as a composer and song - writer spread across a variety of platforms such as Playback singing for Films, Tele soaps, Theatre productions, Short films, Albums, etc.
Luísa Lacerda is a Brazilian singer and guitarist, graduated in classical guitar from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and master in musicology from the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). With her melodious voice and refined instrumental performance, she works in the production of her own shows, disseminating innovative work, with emphasis on the dissemination of songs by new composers of the contemporary scene.