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Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa
For the last 27 years, a small theatre company has been raising the hopes, skills, and spirits of students in the Kalihi area. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited Farrington High School’s T-Shirt Theatre to find out how they use humor and drama to address teen issues.
ShareThis Brahms’ first Piano Concerto is the next featured work for the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra. Acclaimed pianist Norman Krieger chose this work for his Carnegie Hall debut and will perform it in Honolulu March 22nd and 23rd. Krieger says it is a masterwork that needs to be heard live for the intimate interaction between piano and orchestra. Norman Krieger performs Brahms’ Piano Concerto No.
Lana`i island has the lowest unemployment rate in Hawai’i at 3.9%. That’s a result of having only one major employer, Castle and Cooke, which owns 98% of the island. In 2011, after workforce reductions and an ongoing exodus of residents, Castle and Cook told Hawai`i lawmakers Lana`i is up for sale.
ShareThisHawai’i boasts one of the strongest craft movements in the country, in terms of both diversity and skill of its artisans. Hawai’i Craftsmen has spent 45 years nurturing this community and this year, their educational programs will be expanding.
ShareThis What do ideas need to come to fruition? Maybe, just a little help from your peers.