Bloco Malagasy brought down the house at Brazil Café on Sok San Road in Siem Reap. Like angels in the night, their beats created a carnaval like atmosphere that had everyone on their feet.
“The Bloco Malagasy is a group of Batucada (Brazilian percussion), consisting of girls from underprivileged neighborhoods of Toliara (Madagascar).
The Bloco Malagasy performs shows to defend universal rights by encouraging cultural exchange through solidarity.
The Bloco Malagasy was formed by European and Malagasy teachers, fusing rhythms from Brazil and Madagascar and creating a unique experience of international quality.
During performances, audiences are driven by the rhythms, dance and smiles symbolizing the Malagasy people.”