Tahuantinsuyo is a pioneer folk music group from the Andes, dedicated to the research and performance of traditional music from the Andean countries that once formed the "Inca Empire" (known as Tahuantinsuyo in Quechua, the native language) which now comprises six countries: Ecuador, Perú, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Colombia.
The Members of Tahuantinsuyo are: Guillermo Guerrero (Founder and Director), Fernando Leyva, John Freire, Andrés Jimenez, Alcides Loza and Saúl Guerrero, and on many occasions they are joined by Cesar Vele. They are family and friends who share the common goal of trying to keep traditional Andean music alive and help their people identify with their culture.
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