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La Orquesta Sinfónica Infantil de Jauja Kuyayky estará llegando a Lima el próximo 16 de Abril para recibir un reconocimiento especial en el Congreso de la Republica y para realizar varios conciertos con un repertorio de música tradicional y clásica.
A Conversation with Jaime Choclote, Friday November 8th at 8pm at the Home of the Hurtado Family 10916 NW 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, FL
OCTOBER 13TH! EL 13 DE OCTUBRE LES TRAEMOS “TAKI ONQOY!” 521 Years Later the Native Music of the Americas Survives! Kuyayky Children Orchestra Fellows and Special Guests present- Taki Onqoy! Premiering a repertoire of Andean and Latin American pieces arranged for classical performance. Don’t Miss it!
We are bringing you 2013 Peruvian National Marinera Champion Ricardo Llerena who will come all the way from Peru’s northern coast in Trujillo to the Cinema Paradiso stage in Las Olas for our show INKARRI, this Sunday Sept. 22nd! Don’t Miss It!
Musicians from the U.S. and Latin America unite under the Lakota concept “Aho!” to find common ground between the Indigenous and Non Indigenous through music.
Hanan Pacha: reencuentro de los Incas, un viaje a través de la música y danza desde las Pampas Argentinas a los Andes Peruanos. Live at the Area Stage Company 1560 South Dixie Highway Coral Gables, FL 33146
The Kuyayky Foundation is proud to present acclaimed Peruvian trumpet player Fredy Fuertes and a very special performance by Serbian concert pianist Tatjana Surev, who together will introduce Fuertes’ new album “Wind Colors” on Friday May 10th. Join us in a performance where classical music will meet Andean traditions and sounds.
The Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale presents Kuyayky’s new concert “Nokayku Wari” “The central Andes is one of only four places in the world where civilization emerged independently…The Wari ascended to power in the south-central highlands of Peru (AD600-AD1000)…the arts were crucial to their political, economic and religious systems…since the Wari did not write, the arts took on special roles in preserving and communicating information” -Susan E. Bergh, Curator of the Wari Pre-Inca Lords of Peru Exhibit
Friday March 8, 2013, 7 pm
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