Having the Brazilian music as its foundation, the trio was created in 2019 through the friendship and profound musical affinity among Lucas Bonetti (guitar), Lucas Brogiolo (percussion), and Cibele Palopoli (flute). The name of the group makes an allusion to an important Afro-Brazilian symbolic cultural reference associated with healing and positive energies. Along with this particular context, there is a careful and thoughtful repertoire research, that presents unique versions of paramount Brazilian compositions. Another characteristic is the combination of acoustic and electric instruments, occasionally associating numerous recording layers and exuberant sound manipulation.
Flutist, teacher and researcher. Holds a doctoral degree in music at USP, the Choro and Brazilian Music are her main academic and artistic focus. Currently teaches at Unisantos, where she is also the head of the Music Department.
Holds a doctoral and a masters degree in music at UNICAMP, where he researched the Moacir Santos's Film Scores.
Graduated in popular percussion at ULM, works extensively with Brazilian popular music, from traditional genres to more modern rhythms. Performed side by side with Francis Hime, Vinicius Dorin, Roberto Sion, Ari Colares, Michel Freidenson, among others.