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Windward Community College student musical talent and special musical guests will be featured in a week of holiday concerts at Palikū Theatre and Hale Aʻo.

  • Winter Piano Concert under the direction of So Jin Kimura
Tuesday, December 6, 7 p.m.
 at Palikū Theatre

    Students from the Windward CC piano program will perform solos, duets, trios and quartets of favorite holiday classics. For more information, contact So Jin Kimura

  • Hanauna Mele Concert Series under the direction of Kamuela Kimokeo, with special guest artist Sean Naʻauao
Wednesday, December 7, 7 p.m.
 at Palikū Theatre

    The performance features slack key and ʻukulele students from Windward CC and UH West Oʻahu. 
For more information, contact Kamuela Kimokeo.

  • Intro to Hawaiian Music under the direction of Kaʻala Carmack with special guest artist Teresa Bright
    Thursday, December 8, 7 p.m. at 
Hale Aʻo

    The concert features student soloists from the Windward CC voice classes singing traditional Hawaiian mele with introduction to Hawaiian music students accompanying them on Hawaiian instruments. For more information, contact Kaʻala Carmack.

  • Vocal Music at Windward CC under the direction of Kaʻala Carmack and Ron Loo
    Friday, December 9, 7 p.m. at 
Palikū Theatre

    Student ensembles and soloists perform an eclectic program of voice, choir, ʻukulele and hula.

All performances are free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted to support Windward CC music students.

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  1. I appreciate the information given elaborating the 100 year celebration of Hawaii’s Queen Liliokalani’s special artifacts to be displayed at the University of Hawaii Manoa campus she was a magnificent individual: intelligent , writer of mele, a brave and strong leader who lead with dignity she loved her people of Hawaii. I am pleased to inform you about the excitment it generates in my heart. I want to thank all who are making this event happen. Moreover, our Queen for a job well done!

    Holiday preformances of various musical talents is a must to see and hear…if you haven’t been to one, it is a must go…morethan, its free…thats the best freebe take your girlfriend, boyfriend, aunties, uncles, family etc. You will love it, and will be proud of what WCC students are learning. If you have a son, daughter, friend in Kaala Carmaks voice class make sure you bring a lei to celebrate the beginning of their beautiful voice that God gave them. It will surprise you how melodious they sound. It is a terrific experience you will never forget. We have the best Voice teacher in the world! I am not kidding. He really is, WCC has the best. I am sad to say he will no longer be at Win when this semester is finished. Don’t know why! but it is not fair to us the students. His style of teaching voice is exceptional. I rate him as such…on a scale of 0 to 10 having 0 being the the low and 10 being the high… My estimate him as being a 20…that’s right a twenty…he is terrific in allowing all the mistakes we can produce, ensuring us if we choose to practice repetitiously we will reach the pinical of voice 1 or 2. However, just to improve more and more as we choose to learn. Thank You Kaala, You’re the best! I am happy I made your class my top priority above all classes. Thank you for teaching us well. I am really going to miss you! JA

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