In current day Andean costumes, and with the traditional Inka flutes, drums unique percussions and stringed instruments, enchanting melodies and infectious rhythms, Inkas Wasi Peru brings the music of the Inka people from their homeland to the U.S.A. and all over the world. Dances aree of the Andeas are played with great technical skill and fervent energy.
Inkas Wasi Perú brings its own unique type of music to the public. Through its melodic and haunting music you are transformed to a country far way. All the authentic instruments and costumes are there to enjoy as you listen to the music from Perú and other South American countries. InkasWasi Perú provides their own high quality sound equipment, to enjoy the music at its finest.
After traveling the world for twenty years with various Andean groups, Inkaswasi, Muisc and Dance of the Andes was created by Sergio Espinoza, Artistic Director and Producer. Classically trined on the violin, Sergio now plays all sacales of Andean bamboo flutes, (sikus and quenas), as well as charango and mansolin. He brings from Perú some of her most talented indigenous musicians. And joined by InkasWasi dancers, the group of five brings their songs, dences traditional costumes and thechnically-rich culture of the ancient Incas to modern day audiences.
Through the Andes. It is this spirit that captures the audiences in the performances of InkasWasi, and their melodies resonate throughout any performance center.
Since its inception in 2003, InkasWasi has received a profusion of recomendation letters for their superb work in promoting their Andean music and heritage, receiving airtime on special tv programs and rave reviews, heir musical accomplishments come highly recommended by Oscar Stagnaro, Professor, Latin Jazz at Berklee School Music, and Manuel Zurita, TeleMundo New England.