CocoPilots were born after Sari & Shamo met in Southeast Asia, 2017. They decided to travel together while exploring and sharing their mutual passion for music.

As they are both street musicians, their music infuses a lot of flavors from different styles and languages. Much of their music is in English, Portuguese, German, Spanish and French.

They do a lot of Pop Up concerts in different towns they visit since they love spreading their music to everyone. In addition they like to  explore and express as well emotions of human nature.  Their music is therefore, improvised, intense and emotional, with a unique approach to a classy poetic authenticity.

What about their Sound?

……consequently  a mixture of acoustic soul, latino,
and acoustic reggae. CocoPilots most of all  play with a lot of passion, good humor and most of all complicity.

In addition they create simple melodies that will definitely get stuck in your head.


Since the age of 6 Sari has been playing with music, starting first with piano. In her teen years she developed in music theory and started singing at the German school choir in Porto, Portugal as a soprano. She performed often as a soloist interpreting Edit Piaf, Marlene Dietrich and jazz standards. Her dream was to become a professional soprano singer, but a problem in her throat made it impossible for her to follow her dream.  She went on to study architecture in Berlin, Germany.

In Berlin 2005 she bought a guitar and started to practice. She then rediscovered her voice on a different pitch and started singing again in different genres.

On her fist solo backpacking adventure to Italy, she took the guitar and started busking for fun. This experience was so powerful that she returned to Berlin and quit her part-time job. After graduating and working as an Architect for 3 years Sari decided to fully dedicate herself to music, first solo and then as a part of the duo CocoPilots.

Sari from CocoPilots


shamo from CocoPilots

Shamo grew up in Paris’ suburb, France. As a young child, he expressed the will play the trumpet and started to practice it at the age of 8.

He first played in some classical and jazz ensembles before falling in love with Jamaican music. Through Reggae and Ska, he found his musical identity, and played in many projects in those styles, especially many years in the professional band Join da Tease.

Improvisation is very important in his vision of music, that makes every session unique and spontaneous”, as long as street performances  “This is where who can surprise the widest sample of people”.

Spreading emotions with a touch of humor, that’s what he keeps on developing with CocoPilots.