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Concert 30 Novembre - Paris

Après avoir joué au Festival Féministe "Chouftouhonna" à Tunis et à la Passerelle / Paris, nous vous attendons le jeudi 30 Novembre 2017 à 19h30 au café-théatre Le Kibélé (12 rue de l'Echiquier - 75010 Paris).

Chant / Piano : Caroline Tudyka
Percussions drum set : John Shamir
Guitares : Fabien Mornet

Entrée 12€ avec une boisson incluse / 8€ sans. Gratuit pour les moins de 18 ans.


New Video Clip

Let me show you THE video clip in which I am not the Diva. Thanks to all the boys who were willing to play in it for my absolut pleasure!!!

John Shamir, Lo Schuh, Julien Tekeyan, JG Massardier, Eric Ntalani, Ludovic Vanié, Philippe Fouque, Jean-Sébastien Pardo, Gaël d'Almeida et Christophe W.Siebert for also making this videoclip ENJOY!!!!

Music & lyrics by Caroline Tudyka Produced by Shamir & Tudyka Mix & Mastering: John Shamir ©all rights reserved - Paris 2017


Happy New Year!

Dear friends,
For 2016, we wish you Peace, Love, Happiness and, above all, Health!!!!

Our warm thanks also for your continued support which gives us the courage to strive on towards our goal.
So, here's our new video clip "Ich liebe dich" in exclusivity for you to enjoy and share with your loved ones:



"Le Temps d'un Soupir"

A few years ago in a Paris Piano Bar, I met a cellist and his childhood friend, a drummer. Within a week, we started our jam sessions in the Drummer’s recording studio, with me singing away at the piano, accompanied by the Cellist’s (counterpoint) and the drummer beating the rhythm.

It was an eye-opening experience for me and, exactly the sound I had been wanting for my songs !

Six months later, we were together again with other musician friends in the same studio, recording my song “Le Temps d’un Soupir” - 48 Hours of bliss, sweat, joy and enchantment !

The song was broadcast for almost one year on FIP (the State-owned F.M. radio station) and Patrick Derlon, the program’s host, informed us that many listeners had phoned in, asking where they could buy the album. In short, it was a great success, even though it didn’t have any music label.