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Parra family

The Parra family is a Chilean family known for its many artists. Members of the Parra family are noted contributors to Chilean culture with almost every member being a distinguished national artist. The family is not related to the Parra brothers, members of the Chilean rock fusion group Los Jaivas.

Family members

First generation

Second generation

Third generation

Fourth generation

  • Antar Parra (1985-2010) - Guitarist
  • Mariana Parra (b. 1991) - Artist

Family tree

Eduardo Parra & ?? Hilda Parra & ?? Violeta Parra & Luis Cereceda Nicanor Parra
& Ana Troncoso & Nury Tuca

Clarita Parra Nano Parra Isabel Parra & Ángel Parra & Marta Orrego Catalina Parra, Francisca Parra, Alberto Parra Colombina Parra, Juan de Dios Parra

Tita Parra & ?? Ángel Parra, Javiera Parra" Pedro Soler Parra, Isabel Soler Parra, Juan Andres Soler Parra

Antar Parra Aaron Nicanor Boyce


  • Los Parra y descendencia
  • EMOL

See also

External links

  • Family tree on
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