The Lullaby Project + Pre-ShowApril 29, 4:30pm - 8:30pm
West Oʻahu Campus, Campus Center Multi-Purpose Room C-208
The Lullaby Project, facilitated by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute nationwide, is coming to Hawai’i for its second year. In 2016 there were fourteen projects in different parts of the country. This year, Leeward Community College's Hawaiian Ensemble, will spearhead the arranging, recording and performing of the new Hawai’i-based lullabies along with students and faculty from UH West O’ahu and Honolulu Community College's Mike Curb MELE Studios, and are joined by guest songwriters and vocalists from the community. Additionally, musicians from the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra will join the project.
The Hawai’i-based sponsoring arts organizations are Leeward Community College Theatre, the UH West O’ahu Humanities|Music Program, and Honolulu Community Collegeʻs Mike Curb MELE Studios.
This year, The Lullaby Project involves expecting moms from Catholic Charities Mary Jane Home, student-parents from UH West O'ahu and Leeward Community College, and parents from other community partnering organizations including Alu Like and the Family Hui Hawai'i.
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4:30pm –– UHWO Songwriting Hōʻike (new original songs from UHWO music classes)••••••••••••
6:00pm ––Leeward CC Hula Ensemble••••••••••••
6:30pm –– Leeward CC West African Drumming Ensemble••••••••••••
7:00pm –– The Lullaby Project (new original lullabies from 10 parent-songwriter collaborations)
Admission is free, but food will be for sale by Da Spot 4:30-6:30pm
Humanities | Music; with the Leeward Community College Theatre, West Oʻahu Campus
Jon Magnussen, 808-689-2357, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, April 29
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