Geomuse is a non-profit organization founded in 2009. Our goal is to create and produce world music multidisciplinary stage performances. Geomuse is running two monthly parisian events dedicated to Caribean music (Le Bal Créole) and to Tango music and dance (Contradanza XXL). These artistic concepts travel also along a festival network. Geomuse works also as an Artists Bureau, providing comprehensive representative services for musicians, such as Erol Josué or Ti Coca from Haïti, and Juan Carlos Caceres or Rudi Flores from Argentina. Emmanuelle Honorin is the Artistic director of Géomuse. Trained in ethnology, she used to be in charge of the Music section at GEO magazine from 1997 to 2011.