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Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa
ShareThis“What if Hawaii ran out of gas?” That’s the plotline challenging local filmmakers in the latest Showdown in Chinatown film competition. Entrants have been racing to produce mini films by 7pm today.
ShareThisThe foundation is taking shape for a new symphony orchestra in Hawai’I, as a result of the Honolulu Symphony auction on March 17th. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.
ShareThisTwo years ago, ceramic artists around O’ahu contributed handmade bowls in an international effort called the “Empty Bowl Project” . Over 700 Bowls sold in less than two hours netting nearly 12 thousand dollars for the Hawai‘i Foodbank. Now the Hawai'i Potters' Guild is at it again.
ShareThisWindward O’ahu has a legacy of choral music that many trace back to Kailua High School choir teacher, Shigeru Hotoke. Twelve thousand students passed through his classes and many toured the world with the celebrated Kailua Madrigals.
ShareThisPianist Joyce Yang graduated from Julliard last year with the Artur Rubinstein Prize and an Avery Fisher career grant, but she’s already been performing for over a decade to terrific reviews. Before her Hawai’i tour, HPR’s Noe Tanigawa asked about some secrets of her success.