Inti-Illimani 50th Anniversary and Nano Stern

Inti-Illimani at Koerner Hall

Legendary Chilean band Inti-Illimani is a treasure for the human spirit. Their sound captures memories of persecution, love, loss, revolution, social justice, and freedom, weaving together sacred places, carnivals, daily lives, pains and loves.

WHEN: OCTOBER 27, 2017 AT 8:00 pm
WHERE: KOERNER HALL – TELUS CENTRE
ADDRESS: 273 BLOOR STREET WEST – TORONTO
COST: STARTING AT $40 – BUY TICKETS
THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
WORLD MUSIC CONCERTS SERIES

Chilean singer songwriter, poet, and multi-instrumentalist, Nano Stern’s songs are outspoken, passionate, and experimental. Championed by the legendary Joan Baez, his love of traditional and revolutionary music is brilliantly layered with Indigenous, African, and European elements.

INTI-ILLIMANI
Jorge Coulón, guitar, tiple, rondador, zampona, hammered dulcimer, harp & vocals
Marcelo Coulón, guitar, quena, piccolo, flute, bass & vocals
Daniel Cantillana, violin, zampona, viola, mandolin & vocals
Efren Viera, congas, bongo, cajón, timbales, Latin percussion, clarinet, saxophone & vocals
Manuel Meriño, Musical Director, guitar, tiple, bass & vocals
Christian González, flutes, piccolo, quena, sikus, cajón, bass & vocals
Juan Flores, bass, cajón, cuatro, charango, quena, guitar, mandolin, sikus & vocals
César Jara, guitar, tiple, bass, charango & vocals
Camilo Lema, bass

Nano Stern, guitars, violin, flutes & voice
Patricio Rojas, bass & vocals
Cristian Carvacho, drums, percussion, charango & vocals

Concert presented in association with Small World Music

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