Group class or private class by Federico Tarazona
The siku are pan flutes known since the 16th century among many Andean populations (Aimara, Quechuas, Chipayas, Chiriguanos…). Each instrument is made of two interdependent rows of reed pipes. There are 5 sizes of siku corresponding to different registers. Group playing techniques include the interdependence in pairs of 2 musicians to form interlocking melodies.