Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Welcome the New Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra!

ShareThisThe new Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra has officially debuted their name and logo, and unveiled an important new corporate sponsor, the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on signs of progress.
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Ernesto Pujol's "Walking Ground" at the Contemporary Museum

ShareThisErnesto Pujol is a performance artist and “social choreographer”, an artist particularly interested in the spaces we share as a community. Many people around Honolulu could become a part of one of his performances this Saturday. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports. Ernesto Pujol’s group performance piece will launch at sunrise this Saturday June 18th. Check www.tcmhi.org for details and locations.
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The Maui Film Festival: Changing the World One Film at a Time

ShareThis The Maui Film Festival launches next week Wednesday, June 15th, with another stellar lineup of films. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on the homegrown festival whose motto is: “Because movies matter, now more than ever.” Check www.mauifilmfestival.com for the full lineup and venues, trailers, and hotel deals for spur of the moment neighbor islanders.
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Hamajang: Not Just a Band, It's a Lifestyle

ShareThisThis Sunday, one of HPR’s most popular programs, “Aloha Shorts”, wraps up its season with a special “Fathers’ Day” taping. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers this close up of their popular house band, Hamajang. Hamajang’s new CD is available at Hungry Ear in Kailua or at their gigs. You can follow them online and at www.facebook.com/HamajangBand .
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The Kanaka'ole-Zane Ohana at Interisland Terminal

ShareThisThe best of Hawaiian culture and cutting edge art and design are coming together in the latest Interisland Terminal pop-up shop. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on a residency by the Kana’ole-Zane Ohana that begins tonight in Waikiki. ITO: Interisland Travelwrights, An Exhibition and Pop-Up Shop by Sig, Nalani and Kuha‘o Zane opens tonight at the Waikiki Parc Hotel with free parking.
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