The National Museum of the American Indian kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with a concert by the Andean and Latin fusion band RAYMI (meaning “feast” or “celebration” in Quechua). The group’s passion for its Andean roots is reflected in its music, which combines traditional Peruvian instruments, such as zampoñas, mosceños, quenas, and tarkas, with contemporary instruments. Watch the skillful acrobatics of Peruvian scissor dancers accompanied by RAYMI’s blend of traditional and contemporary Andean music.