Antillean jazz is still young. This fact allows singer, composer and lyricist Izaline Calister to explore and experiment within the limits of this exciting musical genre. The vocalist, who achieved an impressive feat with her debut CD Soño di un Muhé and the accompanying tour, excels at mixing the traditional music from her country of origin, the Netherlands Antilles, with Latin jazz, soul and African sounds. Singing in her native tongue, Papiamentu, with bare feet and eyes closed, Calister makes a gorgeous picture. Her new CD Mariposa, recorded in Amsterdam as well as Willemstad, Curaçao, is a logical follow-up to her previous CD. Together with her band, in which pianist Randal Corsen and bass player Eric Calmes supply the arrangements, Calister sings typical Antillean musical styles such as the tumba, seú, danza, muzik'i zumbi and the tambú.