Inti-Illimani is an internationally revered Chilean folk-music ensemble originally formed by university students in 1967. Stranded while on tour in Europe during the 1967 Pinochet coup, they learned about and assimilated other forms of music into their rich Latin American rhythms, and created a distinctive and modern world music. Now back in Chile and still vibrant after four decades, Inti-Illimani has become a cultural icon. Playing on more than 30 wind, string and percussion instruments, the group has attracted a worldwide audience – not only for its unique poetic and socio-political history, but for its captivating music steeped in its Latin American heritage.
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