Friday, February 26, 2021
Three of Hawai‘i’s leading award-winning performers and musicians — Lehua Kalima (of Na Leo), Shawn Pimental, and Kawika Kahiapo have joined forces! Hawaiian musicians, singers, songwriters, entertainers, they have formed Kulaiwi to create music that springs from their Native Hawaiian roots. Accompanied by award-winning hula dancer Pono Fernandez, who is also an educator and ethnomusicologist, they create an evening that represents Hawai‘i today, while remaining mindful of their deep emotional connections to their roots.
Ludi Hinrichs is most often identified with the trombone, but he is also an accomplished pianist, a vocalist, and plays the didjeridu, among other musical instruments. His performances reveal a wide array of experiences— matched by a keen improviser’s ear and a commitment to his craft. From Nevada City clubs and galleries to concert halls in foreign lands, Ludi is always full of surprises.
Experience the fervor and passion of Sufi Qawwali music, an ancient devotional art form that invokes deep remembrance of the Beloved through powerful song and dynamic rhythm, with internationally renowned ensemble Fanna-Fi-Allah.
Join us for a night under the stars at North Star House. Rupa and the April Fishes has a NEW RELEASE! Opening: Grease Grit and Grime
Music in the Mountains and The Center for the Arts partner to bring new world music education programming for free to our community youth, based on Carnegie Hall’s Musical Explorer’s curriculum.