Andean Folk Music and Cultures of South America
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Experience the Andean cultures of Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Chile through an acoustic journey and storytelling. The founder and director of the award-winning Lincoln-based Andean musical group Kusi Taki (Quechua for Enchanting Music) will play traditional South American instruments including the Quena (flute), Zampoñas (panpipes), Charango (ten-stringed small guitar) and Bombo (goatskin drum) and sing in Spanish and Quechua to bring alive the cultures and history of the indigenous peoples of the Andes.
The Speakers Bureau is is made possible by these generous sponsors:
The Johnny Carson Fund at the Nebraska Cultural Endowment
The Adah & Leon Millard Foundation