Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

The New Hawai'i Symphony Announces Its Debut Season!

ShareThisThe new Hawai’i Symphony is launching its debut concert series. The Spring season begins March 4th featuring Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and pianist Lisa Nakamichi. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa spoke with The Symphony’s consultant, Steven Monder, about the new developments. Tickets will be available beginning Wednesday.
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Verdi's Aida Opens Honolulu's Grand Opera Season

ShareThis Hawai’i’s 2012 opera season opens with Aida, one of the most beloved operas in the repertory. Ancient Egypt is the setting for Verdi’s masterful blend of pageantry and personal tragedy, and, Hawai’i Opera Theatre’s production features Hawai’i’s hottest opera star.
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R. Zamora Linmark Rolls His R's

ShareThisAward-winning writer R. Zamora Linmark weaves American and Filipino cultures together in touching, and often hilarious, poems, plays, and novels. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers a sample from last night’s reading at UH Manoa. Tonight, 1-26-12, R. Zamora Linmark reads selections from his latest novel, Leche, at the Hawaii State Library.
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The UH Art Department Graduate Exhibition 2012

ShareThisUH Manoa’s Master of Fine Arts program is longer than most in the nation, three years, and concentrations include sculpture, electronic arts, fiber, glass, and painting. Students go deeply into their chosen medium plus history, criticism, and crosscultural and contemporary issues.
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Thinking About Martin Luther King Jr., Talking With Professor Jon Okamura

ShareThisHawai’i, the melting pot---this is our reputation in the world and the image we have of ourselves. How are we doing, really, in pursuit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of a just society?
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