Tunari was the first Andes band in Australia and
earned much success appearing at music festivals around the country, including Port Fairy, Queenscliff, Woodford, Canberra, as well as innumerable concerts and festivals.

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Willy Quiroga, the well-known and colourful Bolivian who has led Tunari since its inception in the mid-80s, still has a personal following envied by his contemporaries. 

In his long and varied career Willy has performed with different line-ups and many of his musicians went on to set-up and perform in other bands.

Tunari's current line-up of four now includes local musicians well versed in the rhythms and materials of the Andes style.  The range of instrumentation covers the traditional instruments such as pan-pipes, flute, bombo and charango as well has guitar, harp and keyboard.  In

addition Tunari's current repertoire includes other South American rhythms such as tango and cumbia, and popular songs from Bolivia.



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