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Agathe Iracema

Young Agathe charms the audience with a warm and sultry voice, she has an incredible scenic presence and an impressive artistic maturity. She has been immersed from a very young age in music, and her franco-brazilian background gives her a precious musical richness.

Agathe Iracema, was born in Paris, with a brazilian father and a french mother. She was immersed in music from a very Young age in music, and her franco-brazilian background gives her a precious musical palette from which to draw.jazz through tapdance and through her brazilian bass player father. She’s all ears and eyes.

At the age of 14, she received the help of the american singer Sheila Jordan, she records three tunes with Vincent Bourgeyx (piano) and Juan-Sebastien Jimenez (double bass). The following year saw the first performance of the ‘Agathe Jazz Quartet’ at the Café Universel Jazz Club. Her ensuing accomplishments include: The ‘Prix du Public’ at the Festival Jazz à Vian (2009), The opening of the Jazz Delft Festival (2010) in the Nederlands, The Trophées du Sunside (2010)Sélection «Jazz à Vienne /Rezzo » (2011) for the national stepping stone of the young jazz generation.

She has since performed in numerous jazz festivals: Jazz à Vienne, Jazz à St germain des près, Jazz à toute heure, Orléans Jazz Festival, Orlyjazz and in several prestigious parisian jazz clubs such as the Sunside, le Baiser salé, New Morning.

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Agathe is a wonderful new singer on the scene. I heard her at a workshop in Paris and was literally blown away with her fantastic talent. Support this young beautiful talent ! Sheila Jordan - jazz singer, New-York

Agathe has jazz under her skin, her ease is uncanny, her luminous voice is wonderful La République du Centre

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