is one of a kind. Its name i the Maya word for celebrate, sing and shout Their music has the cultural mix of Latin-America: Indian, black and European. They play in authentic rhythms like the Lando, Tonada, Joropo, Guaracha and the son Montuno, musical styles that you hardly hear anymore. Styles from Peru, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela. Sapukai performs in different combinations. For Winternachten 2002 the ensemble consists of Lincoln Almada (Paraguayan harp, percussion), Rafael Güel (quena, charango, vocals, percussion), Federico Olivares (guitar, vihuela, percussion), Orlando Miño (guitar, tiple, percussion) en Arnoud van den Berg (base).
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Whoeever has seen this group perform, will never forget the harp play of Lincoln Almada. He made Paraguayan harp swing, accompanied by a four-man group of singers and instrumentalists. Latin-American music with relatively unknown rhythms as Lando, Tonaa, Joropo Guaracha and Son Montunu. Styles from Peru, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela.