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Date and time: Fri, 20 Nov 2020 05:28:22 GMT
Act-Belong-Commit Hot Shore Shuffle 2019 concert series showcases a diversity of high quality music and dance from around the globe
From the old worlds to the new world, the Act-Belong-Commit Hot Shore Shuffle 2019 concert series showcases a diversity of high quality music and dance from around the globe at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. Enjoy these free Sunday afternoon sojourns featuring some of our top multicultural talent.
Chilean band Huaira perform hauntingly beautiful traditional pan pipe music from the mountainous Andes region of South America. Formed by Manuel Munoz, Huaira features a wealth of Chilean musical talent that have been playing together for 30 years. Pronounced ‘why-ra’, their name means ‘the wind’ in the ancient Inca language of Quechua and aptly describes their soaring music featuring the pan pipes and other traditional instrumentation.
Recommended Age & Warnings
Suitable for the whole family