This performance involves a series of elements

Each of which has a specific meaning and references.

This dance is 30 minutes long and has 4 moments that correspond to 3 stages of symbols, and involves 2 changes of clothing, the first 3 moments have music and the fourth does not.

They are the elements that are mounted on the dress and can be removed.

It works as an amulet and is made with chaquiras or colored beads, and is one round long.

It is made of wood and is long and has 3 holes, its sound is sharp and at the end it is low without a reed, depending on how you breathe. 

Its base is made of wood linked with long fabric ribbons of various colors.

The bells are metallic and measure 5 centimeters, are removable, and adjust with an elastic band on the wrist or ankle and the horse caps – equivalent to the small Andean maracas made of bone.

The baton represents being part of authority, reflects the essence of indigenous communities.

Both masks are of condor; the first is made of paper mache, covered in burlap and the crest of dried fruits, its characteristic feature is the sprouted eyes and short beak. The second mask is made of rigid cardboard and is painted black, its characteristic feature is the long beak.

They are used in the fourth moment of the dance on the body. There are two (2) colors, black, which is a natural aniline called henna, and red, which is natural annatto.

Made with ecru burlap; this one has a corset and a wide skirt, it has four openings and inside of them there are small black patches; the cunche or petticoat knitted in colored wool will be under the burlap skirt, and finally a loincloth and a burlap top.

Original music performed with drums and marimbas will be used.