Lucho Quequezana began to teach himself music at the age of 11 and composed his first piece aged 13. He plays over 25 string, percussion and wind instruments which he has used to play traditional Andean music on stages in the Americas, Europe and Asia.The Peruvian multi-instrumentalist Naysha Montes has been interested in the Andean music of Peru since she was very young, and plays instruments such as the zampoña pipes and the quena flute. Recently the artist captivated audiences with the sound of her charango playing during the closing event of the Pan American Games in Lima this year. The self-taught composer, music producer and multi-instrumentalist, Pedro Rodríguez, has won several national competitions, including the Song for the Bicentenary of Peruvian Independence (2018) for his “Aquí estoy”. This soloist and guest composer with the Cusco Symphony Orchestra in 2019 has played on many different stages and at national and international festivals (Chine, France, Argentina, Bolivia and Chile). With Jorge Paredes, the event will feature conversation and musical performance by these Peruvian musicians.
Event organized together with El Comercio