Unless otherwise noted, all performances are on Saturday and begin at 7:30 p.m. All listings are subject to change. Tickets $30 general, $25 HPR members, $15 students with ID. Reservations at 955-8821 during business hours or online at the individual links below. *Premium ticket pricing applies to these concerts.

May 16 - "Sweet Soul Music" with Chris Vandercook Band

Chris Vandercook

Guitarist, band leader, and HPR morning talk show co-host Chris Vandercook brings three guest vocalists (Melodie Soul, Gyn Brown, and Kyle Allen McCarty), the Powerhouse Horns, and his Chris Vandercook Band together for a celebration of the music of  James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Smokey Robinson, and other artists from the glory days of American popular music.

Tickets for "Sweet Soul Music"/Chris Vandercook Band available online or by calling 955-8821 during business hours.

May 23 - Ron and Thunderstorm Artis

Ron and Thunderstorm Artis

Brothers Ron Artis II and Thunderstorm Artis interweave their voices and instruments like few can, delivering original songs all penned by themselves or by their family. In their Atherton debut, this genre-defying duo promises a living room concert with no set list -- what they feel from you, the audience, is what you will hear.

Tickets for Ron and Thunderstorm Artis available online or by calling 955-8821 weekdays between 8:30am and 4:30pm.

June 6 – Maryanne Ito

Maryanne ItoA rising star for lovers of sweet soul and neo-soul music.

Tickets for Maryanne Ito available online or by calling 955-8821 between 8:30am and 4:30pm weekdays.


July 11 – Hawai‘i Folk Singers

HI Folk SingersFolk music from favorites Keith Haugen, Gordon Freitas, and Peter Apo.

Tickets for Hawaiʻi Folk Singers available online or by calling 955-8821 between 8:30am and 4:30pm weekdays.


August 8 – Streetlight Cadence

Streetlight CadenceStreetlight Cadence is a four member vocal and instrumental group comprised of Jonathon Franklin (violin), Brian Webb (cello), Jesse Shiroma (accordion and percussion), and Chaz Umamoto (guitar). Often labeled as alternative folk pop, the band draws inspiration from many genres. They perform both originals and covers ranging from pop to classical and have been described as a synthesis of Mumford & Sons and The Killers.

Tickets for Streetlight Cadence are SOLD OUT (updated Aug 3).

September 5 – Nina Scolnik

From Mozart’s sunny optimism, to Beethoven’s daring experiments, to Schubert’s search for transcendence, Nina Scolnik will perform three sonatas that illuminate the evolution of the form and the individual treatment of b-flat major in the works of each of these composers in a concert titled Music for a Better World. Nina Scolnik has concertized in the United States and abroad as a recitalist, soloist with orchestra, chamber musician and collaborative pianist.

Tickets for Nina Scolnik available online or by calling 955-8821 weekdays between 8:30am and 4:30pm.