Thursday, August 10
1500, Rue Balmoral, Montréal, Québec, H3A 2H7.
Pre-Hispanic tales and legends from Peru with Pedro Diaz
Pre-Hispanic tales and legends, adapted and original with live traditional music, inspired by artifacts, archaeological sites and historical accounts of old and new discoveries in the beautiful and mystical land of Peru. A journey that begins some 5000 years ago in Peru, but remains in the spirit and tradition of its people and history. The tales are told in French. Traditional Peruvian instruments used: Flutes, shells, seeds, stones, whistles, drums, charango (small Andean guitar) Objectives: To introduce the audience to the history of Peru, through its tales and legends, and thus teach them about the beliefs and worldview of its inhabitants.