Havana’s foremost female rapper and jazz poet, actress-musician Telmary Diaz began her career with the band Free Hole Negro before joining the collective Interactivo, featuring the biggest names on Cuba’s alternative music scene. Now based in Toronto, Telmary has deeply enriched the local music scene with her intoxicating blend of theatre, rap and poetry. An international headliner, she also contributed to Grammy-nominated saxophonist, flutist and bandleader Jane Bunnett’s acclaimed Global Divas and Embracing Voices projects.
David Pecault Square 55 John St.
A diario… The woman is a giant of street poetry and music… still underground, due to the language barrier for the natives of Toronto !