Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Asia-Pacific Dance Festival: Crossroads of Contemporary and Traditional Dance

ShareThisA new Asia-Pacific Dance Festival premieres this weekend. The collaboration between UH Manoa’s Outreach College and the East-West Center Arts Program highlights Hawai’i as a crossroads for contemporary and traditional dance.
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Stephan Jost, the new Director of the Honolulu Academy of Arts

ShareThis Two of Hawai’i’s premier art institutions, the Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Contemporary Museum, merged earlier this year, and their future has been entrusted to a new director.
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Ka Himeni Ana

ShareThis Ka Himeni Ana is a unique night of acoustic Hawaiian music, performed the way it began, by family and friends. The Richard Towill family founded the annual event 27 years ago to support Hawaiian music in the “real old style”. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa gives a taste of what’s in store. The deadline for entering Ka Himeni Ana is July 29th and the concert is set for August 27th at Hawai’i Theatre.
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Wine, Words, and Lois-Ann

ShareThisWine and well chosen words are such a great pairing, that Bamboo Ridge, the Hawai’i Writers’ Quarterly, is building another party around them. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports. Bamboo Ridge presents an evening of wine and words with lots of laughs and heavy pupus Tuesday evening, July 19, 7:00 p.m, at Manoa Valley Theatre. Check http://www.bambooridge.com/event.aspx?pid=1&eid=397 for details.
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The Albers Trio in Workshop and Concert

ShareThisThe Albers Trio is in town for workshops and a concert this coming Sunday. These young musicians have found exciting and rewarding lives in classical music and are eager to share their talents and ideas. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports. The Albers Trio will perform Sunday, 5:30pm at Seto Hall on the ‘Iolani School campus. Tickets available at the door or by emailing ViolinLE@aol.com .
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