Pasaje por Latinoamerica Passage through Latin America
Listening to the unique and inspiring instruments played by Grupo Condor in
Passage through Latin America will take you on a high-energy journey. During the performance, each member
plays different instruments and tells stories about the origin of the music, it's Native American, European and African influences
and stress the importance of each culture's contribution in the formation of this enchanting music. The nature of Grupo Condor's performance is ideal for those presenters
looking to combine high-energy entertainment with an educational and multicultural dimension.
The instruments showcased by Grupo Condor are comprised of three groups:
The String family of Spanish influence, including the
instruments such as the guitar, charango and ronroco;the
Flute family of American influence, such as quenas, zampoñas and antaras and the Percussions of both African and American influences, including
the bombo leguero, chaj-chas, palo de lluvia and tambor de agua.
Condor is available for public performances as well as private events and is honored to perform for all type of educational, health or social organizations.
Length of Program:
45 and 90 minutes (with 15-20 min Intermission)
15x15 feet. We can provide our sound equipment for small to medium size venues. Stage Plot (Download here)
Travel Range: All over U.S.
Availability: Year round
Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington since 1993, Regional Arts and Culture Council (RACC) since 1999, Oregon Historical Society-Folklife Program since 2001. Past rosters: Arts Northwest, National Association for Campus Activities (NACA), Western Arts Alliance (WAAA).
"...Grupo Condor was the ethnic talent of the year!"
Campus Events Coordinator,
South Puget Sound CC, WA
"...people were able to celebrate and learn about South
American culture simultaneously."
David Gonzalez, Latino Coalition President,
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|Grupo Condor at the Old Church, Portland, OR.