Alexandro Querevalu has performed at the “Adventure of Humanity & World Peace Night 2017”, a charity event started by Michael Jackson and Nelson Mandela.
Born in Lima, Peru, to a humble but hard working family. The oldest son of the family, Alexandro dreamed of helping his family financially, with this in mind, he immigrated to Poland at the age of 18. Alexandro comes from a culture deeply rooted in tradition. He is incredibly skilled at playing a variety of indigenous wind instruments such as the Quena, Quenacho, Antara, Basto Zampoña, and Malta Zampoña, among others Andean and Native American flutes. He has a large repertoire, including The Last of the Mohicans, El Condor Pasa, and many other favourites. His live performances dressed in different Native American regalias are truly breathtaking. Alexandro lives in Poland. He was also a contestant on a Polish talent show. His interpretation of music has the power to touch deep into your soul and promote euphoria. His fans describe him as an artist who can unify people from different cultures and encourage world peace.
He has performed all over the world, including all over Europe, Kuwait, China and Canada! He is internationally renown for his genuine and eminent sound he produces when he plays, and is remarked for bringing so much joy, peace and harmonious satisfaction to all his listeners! He is followed by over 1,000, 000 fans worldwide on Facebook and over 31 million views on his trademark YouTube video "This song makes me Cry! The Last of the Mohicans THE BEST EVER! By Alexandro Querevalu", with almost having half a million subscribers on his YouTube and VEVO channels.
He has successfully performed in BC Canada and his excited to be coming back to Canada, looking into the near future for performances in Eastern Atlantic Canada regions!
Alexandro Querevalu has definitely put into his music and has given his fans, followers and listeners the music of a lifetime! He is definitely worthy of our Indigenous International Music Awards, as his performances always brings unity, peace and awareness to indigenous nations of the world!
- 2019 Best International Indigenous Release for Colors of the Rainbow
Colors of the Rainbow
"Te Buscare" from Colors of the Rainbow
"Invisible Touch" from Colors of the Rainbow