Another great artist I have recently come across, Alexandro Querevalu brings to us Amerindian music that can easily touch the soul of every human. We know that music is vibrant and on different frequencies, it brings different emotions. When I first heard Alexandro singing, I felt very relaxed and in complete awe about his beautiful performance. I could listen to his music for hours .
In an epic place like Promenade in Swinoujscie, Poland, he is performing the theme song from the movie The Last of The Mohicans. The people gathered there are really privileged to witness so much beauty.
You better listen for yourself and see how much passion and how strongly Alexandro lives the music that he sings :
Who is Alexandro Querevalú?
If you are looking after his biography over the internet, you probably won’t find too much info. Alexandro told me that he is still working on it, but he was really kind to handle me a short biography of himself so this is what I’ve got:
Alexandro Querevalú was born in Peru of native Amerindians parents.
He plays a variety of wind instruments like Quena , Quenacho, Antara, Basto Zampoña, Malta Zampoña, etc.
Alexandro plays a large variety of songs, including The last of the Mohicans, El Condor Pasa and many other favourites.
His live performances in different Native American costumes are breathtaking.
Alexandro lives in Poland now and gives regular live performances on the promenade in Swinoujscie.
He was a contestant on a Talent Show in Poland and also played at the Kuwait City Festival in Kuwait for 2 weeks.
In his Facebook description Alexandro Querevalú describes his performances as: ”Amerindian music played with different native costumes.
Amerindian is a collective noun which includes Apache, Lakota, Quechua, Aymara, Mapuche, Bora, Aztec, Maya, Guarani, and more… We are all brothers.” he concludes with his final words.
I also found out that the little guy, the statue that accompanies him everywhere is called Paititi (Paita).
He is painting his face by himself most of the time.
He is a very kind and modest person.
Unofficially, I read on a website that he was born in Barranco-Lima. At age of 8 years old he started playing at the different kind of instruments.
The Last of the Mohicans
With his instruments and voice he can reproduce different sounds. I could hear a hawk, eagle, owl, a frog and other bird sounds, the wind and the rain.
When he performs, his body movements are in perfect harmony with the instruments he is using, his warm voice and the beautiful Native American outfits he is wearing. Everything is well synchronized.
His music touched my soul and carried me in places I couldn’t imagine were possible, places I experienced only from another great artist, Gennady Tkachenko-Papizh. We are really blessed that we have the chance to witness and experience so much beauty, and these two guys really captured my soul forever with the incredible hart touching music they provide.
“No one is born hating their fellowmen because of race, religion or class to which they belong. Men learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can also learn to love, because love, for the human heart, it is more natural than hatred” (Nelson Mandela)
You can connect with Alexandro at his Facebook Artistic Page: https://www.facebook.com/AlexandroQuerevalu/
Facebook Friends Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/alexandro.querevalu/
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmzy78gqhtU1BwnwlDc3ucQ
You can buy Alexandro Querevalú MP3 on Amazon
Alexandro Querevalú on iTunes
For Alexandro’s autographed CD’s, you can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to hear your thoughts and feelings after you hear and experience Alexandro’s performances. Please share so we can spread awareness about this incredible talented artist !