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Inca Son Music And Dance of the Andes

“If I could describe our music in one word, it would be vibrante (vibrant). It vibrates with the life, energy, and pure air of our mountain homeland and its people. This is the sound we create when we breathe air into our panpipes, or fill our lungs with air to sing. We are the heart and soul of the Andes.”

Cιsar Villalobos, Artistic Director of Inca Son



Andean instruments are uniquely beautiful in look and sound. Learn about the instruments played by Inca Son.


Charango: 10- stringed instrument made from the body of an armadillo


Panpipes: Invented more than 2000 years ago, these double-row flutes are called sikus in the native Andean Quechua language