Solibrasil is an international solidarity project, bringing two cultures together to build bridges between France and Brazil through music. The project is aimed at young people in the Nord Pas-de-Calais region (aged 16-25), with the aim of encouraging social mixing and intercultural exchange within a group dynamic. In this way, the young people will fully experience Brazilian socio-cultural realities in collaboration with a local NGO in southeastern Brazil (Minas Gerais mining region).


The collective is enriched by an evolving musical project made up of musicians and slammers of all origins (Brazilian, North African, Cameroonian, West Indian and French) who participate in the meeting of other musicians from these same countries around oral poetry. At each stopover city, new contributions of words, music and images take place. The aim is both to respond to the invitation of other artists in their local socio-cultural work, and to leave a trace in the local fabric through times of knowledge exchange. The repertoire creation and touring stage in Brazil has already taken place around Brazilian poetry (repente, embolada) and Cameroonian writer and slammer Marc Alexandre Oho Bambe.

Brazilian artists home

We regularly have the opportunity to welcome Brazilian artists with whom we have established contacts. Whether it’s a question of tours, calls for mobility projects for Brazilian artists and/or helping them get in touch with programming partners in the region, we’re always delighted to play our part in these artistic exchanges.