The Clarisse Sisters

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So long 2020, viva 2021!

As this crazy year comes to an end, we are glad to open a new chapter with 2021. 2020 was not entirely bad, despite the fact that our weekly gigs in hotels came to a complete stop. It was also, in some way, an opporunity to go back to our[…]

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PETRUSMOK – New Release of the Novel

The Malcolm de Chazal Trust Fund was organizing on Wednesday 30th September an Award Ceremony Gala for the release of a new edition of the mythical novel of the greatest mauritien writer. During this event, prizes were extended to local young writers and painters, as part of a competition for[…]

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#ReinventYourROAR

We are very proud to present to you all this international initiative, aimed at bringing good energy back to our entertainment industry. Our sincere thanks goes to David Bloch for this wonderful idea and friendly invitation. Please like, comment, share far & wide! But please also discover, support and share all the[…]

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INCOGNITO in support of the NHS

INCOGNITO has just released a special single two days ago: “We’re in this together”, in order to pay tribute and support the National Health Service in the United Kingdom: doctors, nurses and all health professionals who were on the frontline of this pandemic. We are very happy to extend this[…]

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Best wishes for 2020!

We have completed the year with a final concert in Mauritius (see NEWS – LIVE section), after having performed in Poland (March), in South Africa (May) and in France (July). A year that can be summed up with the fantastic week spent in Cape Town, for the production of our[…]

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TRYPL concert in London & reunion

On this 8th November 2019, our manager was visiting London. Always on the lockout for a nice gig, he went to see TRYPLE, a new band from our dear friend Paul BOOTH, saxophonist extraordinaire. As part of the “Jazzlive at The Crypt” in St Giles Church, Camberwell Church Street, we[…]

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The Joy of the Ukulele

Since the beginning of the year Annick has embarked on learning to play songs and compose new tracks on her Ukulele. Even though this instrument is from Hawai, and not the Indian Ocean, it brings about the joyful feelings of summer, seaside and tropical fun that are also to be[…]

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New song development : “Sail Away”

From the demo that Annick recorded in 1998 on a Jean René BASTIEN composition we will now release 2 songs. The first title was the Bossa Nova inspired “Hum & Haw” which we completed in December 2018. A second composition was developped from the bridge of that old demo.: a[…]

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