Spring Concerts at Paliku Theatre feature College Talent
Hanauna Mele Concert Series and Spring Piano Concert at Paliku TheatreWindward Community College
Mktg & Public Rel Dir, Chancellor's Office
The Hanauna Mele Concert Series spearheaded by WCC ‘ukulele instructor Kamuela Kimokeo and the Spring Piano Concert led by WCC piano instructor So Jin Kimura will feature Windward Community College student musical talent and special musical guests in two concerts at Palikū Theatre. All concert performances are FREE and open to the public. No reservations or tickets are necessary. Free and ample parking is available.
Monday, April 29, 6:30 p.m.
Hanauna Mele Concert Series at Palikū Theatre
Showcasing students from ‘Ukulele and Slack Key classes at WCC, UH-West O‘ahu and UH-Mānoa, as well as performances from the WCC Choir and WCC Hula classes. FREE!
Special Guests: Ka'ala Carmack (New WCC Music faculty)
Nalani Naluai • Hoku Award-winning trio Hi'ikua (with Kamuela Kimokeo)
Multiple Hoku and Grammy Award-winning artist Dennis Kamakahi
Donations will be accepted to provide more opportunities like these for our students.
Friday, May 3, 7 p.m.
“Spring Piano Concert” at Palikū Theatre
Under the direction of So Jin Kimura
Featuring the barbershop quartet HI Q led by WCC student Bryce-William Irvine (also a WCC piano student). Students are excited to share what they've learned over the past 4 months in music selections of the past 50 years and a few classical favorites. FREE!