Lata Gouveia is a singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer originally from Lisbon. He is a very well-known artist in Oklahoma and a reference of Americana music in Luxembourg, Belgium and the north of France.
Lata has been back in Luxembourg since 2010 and has become one brightest stars in the national scene, headlining several festivals and opening for
Sting, Ayọ, Charlie Winston,
Kiefer Sutherland, Alan Parsons, BAP
and many more. In 2013 he won the band contest Purple Idol and played at the Rock um Knuedler festival as support for BAP.
Sarah Candle is a Luxembourgish singer and vocal teacher. Her interest in music came up at the age of 5 when she started to play percussion. At the age of 12 she took her first vocal lessons in classical music and later, in 2010 when she discovered her passion for Jazz and Pop she started also taking jazz/pop vocal lessons. In 2018 she worked as a vocal teacher in the „Ecole des musiques actuelles“ and in 2019 she joined the „Rockuniversity“ for teaching.
Sarah also sings lead- and backingvocals for luxemburgish bands and is currently realising her own project with her own band and original compositions.
Gregório Entringer de Carvalho, born in Santa Leopoldina, Brazil, started playing guitar at the age of 13. In 2003, he studied Music fundamentals at the University of Espírito Santo. Since 1999 and throughout his journey, his main passion has been composing and, by 2003, he had already written over 20 songs.
Gregório’s art is influenced by his cosmopolitan origins, and all of the Brazilian rhythms. In 2020, the songwriter and music producer has more than 150 original songs in his setlist. Gregório and the French artist Julia Agudo present the track ‘Cantiga’. The song they composed during the quarantine of 2020 is about hope, loving oneself, and the love for life.
Christophe uses his electric violin as a means of emotive expression while fuelling his live sets with interactive elements. Take a bunch of violin melodies, layer them carefully, then add a handful of synthesizers and drum machines. Add reverb and delay and season with improvisation to taste. Close your eyes and enjoy. Even though this sounds like a recipe to All Reitz Reserved’s sound - you'll never get the same result twice! In his latest work, Chris orbits around a few select instruments. The transition from digital surroundings of computers and controllers to organic machines and sound elements lead to the release of “Refractions” in November.
Sascha Ley combines an acting and music career and has occupied a solid place in the Luxembourg art scene for years. This multi-language vocalist, composer, actress and poet likes walking along unconventional paths in her musical output embracing free and jazz improvisation, imaginary folklore, contemporary music and reaching out for extended vocal techniques.
Sascha studied in Amsterdam, Bombay, Luxembourg and Saarbrücken, and is a passionate traveller which frequently reflects in the her adventurous artistic undertakings.
Francisco Fernandez and the Ferocious Few serve up a raw, real platter of rock and roll with a twist of punk and a bit of rockabilly. Think Johnny Cash, Elvis mixed with Bob Dylan & Motorhead. Francisco and his bandmates have toured extensively, performing countless shows and festivals across America. Since 2005, they've built a name for themselves busking on the streets of San Francisco. Acclaimed National Tours and Shows and opening for artists such as Cyndi Lauper (Memphis Blues Tour), Lynyrd Skynrd, Billy Idol, Mumford and Sons, Steve Miller, and others. Francisco now calls Luxembourg home and is recording and planning to continue releasing new music. Stay Tuned!
Kinga Rose is a singer-songwriter living in Luxembourg finishing her debut album. She was born in Hungary where she pursued music & drama studies from a young age. She's classically trained as a piano player and singer.
Kinga is inspired by artists, like Tori Amos, Kate Bush, Norah Jones and many others. Throughout her travelling years she found her true artistic identity and her soulful songs are influenced by real life stories. Kinga has lived and performed in various countries, including Hungary, Luxembourg, Mexico, Spain, the UK and the USA.
Cheyenne started singing when she was around 5 years old and today, at age 20, she has an incredible voice, amazing stage presence and loads of charisma. Inspired by the TV series "Glee" she initially discovered her love for musicals. Later she started having different music bands (country, rock) and developed stage experience.
She’s now writing and composing her own music influenced by different styles as rock, country, soul, blues music. Cheyenne participated in "The Voice, France" and advanced all the way to the semi-final round. "Music is part of me. Without music, my life would not be the same", says Cheyenne.
It’s with ingenuity, passion and a contagious energy both powerful and delicate that Kid Colling embodies the world of modern blues rock:
a mix of blues rock enriched with jazzy harmonies and a groovy rhythm.
Influenced by guitarists such as
BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Larry Carlton or Robben Ford,
Colling expresses the “Roots” by the warmth and the generosity of his sound and guitar play – not without adding a jazzy touch that livens up his performance.
It’s his creative approach to music as well as the groove and the catchy melodies that make him get noticed in the world of blues rock.
The furious Brazilian guitarist, Fred Barreto, is one of a kind! He belongs to those musicians who are recognisable straight away from the first notes played. His huge sound doesn't leave the audience indifferent. Barreto means serious when it comes to play solid Rock or raw Blues and there’s no need to try finding similarities with other guitar players: Fred Barreto is an accomplished guitarist and does his own "thing" with great talent, virtuosity and soul.
When Fred teams up with his Blues-Rock Quartet they combine the timeless energy of Rock music with the soulful vibes of Blues, which can be felt and seen especially during their live performances.
Stephany Ortega is a Dominican-Luxembourgish soprano. Her repertoire ranges from opera to world music. She has performed throughout China, Europe and the USA, in venues like the
Carnegie Hall, La Monnaie and the Philharmonie Luxembourg.
Her album "American Soul” with Duo Rosa was nominated by the International Classical Music Awards. She was granted with the silver prize at the Manhattan International Music Competition and the Servais Prize from the Belgian Ministry of Culture. She holds a Master of Arts from the Brussels Conservatory, as well as diplomas in singing, piano and jazz dancing from the Luxembourg Conservatory.
Elvis Presley – undeniably one of the world‘s greatest and most successful entertainers of our time – died on the 16th of August, 1977. From that day on – Steven had just turned 12 – became a fan and great admirer of Elvis. Today Steven is one of Europe's most sought after Elvis Tributes Artists, performing well over 100 shows a year. In 2015 Steven was crowned both European Champion & Gospel Champion at the European Elvis Championships in Birmingham, UK. „My performance is truly meant to pay sincere homage to Elvis Presley and, as such, I place tremendous value on rendering Elvis‘ one-of-a-kind vocals as authentically as possible", says Steven.