The name of the Rayuela Festival is taken from a novel by Julio Cortázar. Translated as "Hopscotch," the novel jumps from chapter to chapter and can be read in myriad ways. The seriousness of this novel's subject matter is offset by the spontaneity and playfulness of the form.
Similarly, the Rayuela Festival takes a playful approach to Latin American music and culture. Our goals are to embrace a wide variety of chamber music repertoire, showcase talented musicians, and provide a platform for Latin American composers.
We invite you to join us at the Rayuela Festival to encounter a cross-section of exciting music from Latin America!