Tito La Rosa
Through his concerts and music ceremonies, Tito La Rosa helps reawaken our memories – weaving sounds into frequencies that open the heart and encourage the spirit to soar.
Tito La Rosa, a descendent of Quechua Indians of the Peruvian Andes, has spent more than two decades recovering and preserving, studying, and intuiting the ancestral music of Peru. He is a Curandero de Sonido (sound healer) and performs with numerous exotic instruments of Incan and even pre-Incan cultures.
Some of his instruments include condor feather pan pipe; condor bone flute; clay water vessels; clay pan pipes of pre-Incan culture that are over 2,000 years old; llama bone flute; conch shell and more.
When performing, he enters into parallel worlds to bring forth a sound that elevates the vibration of an individual and allows for healing and balance to take place. La Rosa has been touring all over the globe.
He was a main presenter at the International Conference on Traditional Instruments in Contemporary Music, sponsored by the French Government. He also took part in “Heart and Hands: Musical Instrument Makers of America,” a Smithsonian traveling exhibit. Tito LaRosa is a featured artist on Kitaro’s 2001 GRAMMY Winning Album, ‘Thinking of You’.