Millicent Cummings Performs in Atherton on Sat., Dec. 1st


“Relation Ship” Will Be A Concept Concert Performance   

       Millicent Cummings is returning to HPR’s Atherton studio on Saturday, December 1st at 7:30 p.m. with a concept concert performance of original music celebrating what she is calling “Relation Ship.” The singer, songwriter, multimedia artist and filmmaker presents this performance as part of a project involving a forthcoming CD, a documentary film and a music tour, all intended to honor, build and explore relatonships. Tickets are $30 general admission, $25 for HPR members, and $15 for students with ID. For reservations, call 955-8821 during office hours.

       Millicent Cummings has been a performer, practioner, teacher and producer of the arts for over a quarter of a century.  An award winning singer, songwriter and guitarist, recording and multimedia fine artist, television producer, teacher, storyteller, activist etc., Cummings is, most importantly, a mother. Having spent the past two years back on her beloved island of Kaua‘i to record her newest CD “Compassionate Heart,” she returns now  to Honolulu to release it and begin work on her next project.  Millicent's previous CD, a 2009 Hoku Hanohano award nominee entitled “Altar Native” was the fourth release on her own Jai Ma Music label, and was also a concept performance recorded at Hawai'i Public Radio's Atherton Studio in 2007, where she presented all the songs she had composed to honor each of the 8 Hawaiian Islands.