Agrupación Folklórica de Proyección Rapa Nui “Hanga Rau o te Ariki” spreads the folklore of the Chilean people of Easter Island. Rodrigo Andrés Carvajal Espinoza is their leader.
Through the study of their traditions, the group develops their dances, songs and music in order to bring to all public teaching about this town of Polynesian origin.
In 2019 she premieres her most important Work, with a yearned for and arduous work that lasted approximately 14 months. The Work “Mai Hiva, mai te kainga” is the Story of King Hotu Matu’a (the first King Rapa Nui) and his journey to bring all his people with him from Hiva to Rapa Nui.
Thanks to this work, the group has toured some cities in Chile and shared with other delegations of the world during folklore meetings.