(Ambato-Ecuador) In spite of his young age , his credenials are abundant. He was part of the ensemble "America Libre", and a member of "Casa de la Cultura" in Ambato. He did countless recordings for the Department of Culture in Ecuador. Carlos has toured extensively in South America, Spain and France. He has been a member of Capari-Cani since 1992 and in this project, Music of the Andes, he plays woodwind instruments, sings and writes.
Click here to go Top of PageGregorio H. Morales:
(Lima-Peru) It is in his homeland where he grows as a musician. He was a member of the ensemble "Alma America", and has taken his music to the four corners of the world. Before becoming a member of Capari-Cani(1991), he was chosen to represent Peru in the XII Festival of the Students in Pyongang, S. Korea. He is a virtuoso of the Quena and in this project he also sings and writes.
Click here to go Top of PageSantiago E. Cabezas:
(Quito-Ecuador) Although he now lives far away from his native land, he strongly feels the need to go back and save his cultural roots through music. He is one of the founding members of Capari-Cani, and since its beginnings in1987 he's been the musical director of the ensemble. He studied classical guitar at the Newark School of Arts, and in this project plays guitar, guitarron, percussion, synthesizer, sings and writes.
Click here to go Top of PageJuan Hedian:
(Quito-Ecuador) He started as part of the "Estudiantina del Colegio San Gabriel" in Quito. Since 1988, as a member of Capari-Cani, he has taken his message to many performing stages and playing his charango as only the masters know how. In this project he also sings and writes.
Click here to go Top of PageOscar Carrera:
(Quito-Ecuador) From a very early age to this day his singing is the voice of his people that feel and vibrate in each of his interpretations. His source of inspiration in each of his compositions is life itself. Since 1988 he is the lead singer in Capari-Cani. In this project he also plays woodwind instruments, guitar and percussion.
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