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Tlen Huicani

Based in: USA
Show Code: tlen-huicani
Artist: alma (See All Shows)
Price Range: Under $1500

Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl, Tlen-Huicani makes the beautiful “harpa jarocha” or folk harp, the centerpiece of their music. Since 1973, their music and international achievements have earned the honor of ‘Best Fol...

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Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl, Tlen-Huicani makes the beautiful “harpa jarocha” or folk harp, the centerpiece of their music. Since 1973, their music and international achievements have earned the honor of ‘Best Folk Group in Mexico’ by the Union of Music and Theater Critics. In 2013 the governor of Veracruz honored them for 40 years of service to the development of the cultural landscape of Veracruz. Also available with complete orchestra charts, the group has shared stages with some of the top orchestras in Mexico and Latin America including the National Symphony of Mexico with Maestra Alondra de la Parra, as well as symphonies in Queretaro, Veracruz, and Xalapa.

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TLEN HUICANI

        TLEN HUICANI  es un vocablo náhuatl que significa " LOS CANTORES " y, desde su fundación en el año de 1973 se han dedicado a estudiar y difundir el patrimonio musical Veracruzano.

        Sus integrantes originarios de distintas regiones del estado han aprendido en su más puro estilo las diferentes manifestaciones musicales de Veracruz, investigando también las formas ya olvidadas y las de nueva creación.

        El grupo se ha dedicado principalmente al estudio e interpretación del "ARPA", instrumento que además de estar considerado como representativo del estado de Veracruz tiene amplia difusión en gran parte de los países de América Latina.

        TLEN HUICANI forma parte de los grupos artísticos de la Universidad Veracruzana, siendo su actividad principal la de ofrecer a los estudiantes Conciertos Didácticos, presentaciones en espacios universitarios y tutorías artísticas para lograr su desarrollo integral.

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Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
Tlen Huicani
Along with their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a journey of Mexico’s music, time and place. Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl
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