“Moun a Bigin” on Canal 10 visits “Une Vie en Chansons”

Winny Kaona, the host of "Moun a Bigin", and Georges Brédent, the president of the Culture Committee at the Regional Council of Guadeloupe.

On Wednesday, April 11, a new episode of the show “Moun a Bigin” (The People of Biguine) was shot at the Pavillon de la Ville, located near the Place de la Victoire in Pointe-à-Pitre where is currently organized the great exhibition entitled “Une Vie en Chansons” (A Life in Songs) on the occasion of the centenary of Moune de Rivel’s birth (1918-2018), this famous ambassador of biguine music around the world.

The programme host, Guadeloupean singer Winny Kaona, received that day, several guests: Georges Brédent (President of the Culture Committee at the Regional Council of Guadeloupe) who came to explain the importance of this cultural event and regional policy to defend the Creole culture on the island; Maxette Ugolin (nurse at the Medical Psychological Centre of the University Hospital Centre of Guadeloupe) with a fellow nurse and patients who were very happy to discover the life of the great singer and musician, Moune de Rivel, and to meet her spiritual daughter, Winny Kaona; two pretty little girls who came to visit this exhibition and asked several questions to learn more about this monument of cultural heritage in Guadeloupe, Moune de Rivel, died in 2014.

The program “Moun a Bigin” was directed by Charly Dagonia and will be broadcast on the private television channel Canal 10 on Sunday, April 29.

Your online cultural magazine, Kariculture.net, offers you exclusive photos of the shooting of this TV show dedicated to biguine music not to be missed…