Connecting Chords Music Festival


Thursday, October 25    7:30 PM

Edison School

With their traditional costumes and instruments, a concert with Tlen-Huicani (pronounced wee-KAH-nee) is like taking a musical journey through Mexico and South America.

Meaning “the singers” in their indigenous Indian language of Nahuatl, Tlen-Huicani makes the beautiful “harpa jarocha” – folk harp – the centerpiece of their music.

Founded in 1973, the group has shared stages with some of the top orchestras in Mexico and Latin America. Group director Alberto de la Rosa is one of the most respected musicians in all of Mexico, and he is considered among the most outstanding folk harpists in the world.

Venue Information

Edison School
924 Russell St., Kalamazoo, MI 49001

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