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Summer World Music Festival: Apu Inka
Start Date: 6/27/2017Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Date: 6/27/2017End Time: 11:30 AM
Event Description:

$ 3 in advance                        BUY TICKETS

$ 5 the day of the concert

$15 Festival Pass (Best price! Includes all six concerts and activities) ABOUT THE WORLD MUSIC FESTIVAL


GROUP (10 OR MORE) INVOICING Online Registration Form.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: APU INKA, comes from two Quechua words: APU = Gentleman and INKA = Monarch, King.  We give it a more traditional meaning we have heard from our ancestors. They called Apus the hills and mountains of the Andes. These are the "Sacred Mountain of the Inkas".  The artists of APU INKA have a vast background in interpreting and executing this music in the special way they play their instruments.

ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE: Andean music comes from the general area inhabited by Quechuas, Aymaras and other peoples who lived roughly in the area of the Inca Empire prior to European contact. It includes folklore music of parts of Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela. Andean music is popular to different degrees across United States and Latin America, having its core public in rural areas and among indigenous populations and brought it to places where it was unknown or forgotten.



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