Semi-final #2 - Syli d'Or 2023 • KALLISTO x CÔNE ORANGE x TRIBU SALSA BAND

Country: France, Brazil, Qc • Quebec • Latin America
Musical style: Klesmer, Balkans, Jazz Manouche • Jazz, Soul, Funk, Bossa • Salsa Brava
Syli d'Or - 16th edition
Club Balattou
4372 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Z5
Date: 04/19/2023
Time: 20:00
Price: FREE

Semi-final #2 - Syli d'Or 2023 • KALLISTO x CÔNE ORANGE x TRIBU SALSA BAND

Welcome to the 2nd of the 3 semi-final nights of the 16th edition of the Syli d’Or de la Musique du Monde!



Come and support the vote of a jury of professionals to choose the 3 artists who will go to the final.

Attend the concerts on April 18, 19 and 20 at Club Balattou and support your favorite artist!

You will be invited to fill out an evaluation form. It is important to EVALUATE the THREE PERFORMANCES of the evening and to attend all three performances.



Discover for this second evening of semi-final :


▷ KALLISTO | Klesmer, balkan, jazz manouche (France, Brazil, Quebec) 


Kallisto is a young band that was formed in 2020. They are inspired by klezmer, Balkan, Middle Eastern, blues and gypsy jazz music. Together, they compose ; combining the virtuosity of the flute with the languidness of the clarinet, the percussiveness of the guitar and double bass with the lyricism of the cello. They go from rustic to folkloric, from vibrant to refined, improvisation and original compositions are the driving force of Kallisto.



▷ CÔNE ORANGE | Jazz, soul, funk, bossa (Quebec)


In 2021 in Montréal, the modern music band Cône Orange comes to life. In everyday life, an orange cone is used to divert a path, the group was inspired by it. Looking at them, many people think they are going to play jazz, soul or RnB when in fact they also offer rap, funk or even bossa nova while bringing a fresh touch.



LA TRIBU SALSA BAND I Salsa Brava (Latin America) 


La Tribu Salsa Band was born from the communion of several Latin rhythms that they are passionate about, mainly the “Salsa Brava”. La Tribu made its debut 1 year and a half ago, and have been able to participate in several shows in small groups. Their goals are to be able to share their instruments on stages with bigger notoriety and to contribute to the influence of Montreal by attracting  Afro-Latin music fans.