Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Quartet Excelsior's U.S. Debut at the Doris Duke

ShareThisThe Hawai’i Chamber Music Society brings exceptional international artists to Hawai’i during their concert season. On February 5th, Quartet Excelsior, first-prize winners at the Tokyo Chamber Music Competition, will perform at the Doris Duke Theatre.
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Stephan Jost, the new Director of the Honolulu Academy of Arts

ShareThisAfter a six month search, the Honolulu Academy of Arts has selected a new Director. Stephan Jost will take the helm at the Art Academy on May 2nd.
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Hawai'i Opera Theatre's 2011 Season Opens with "Faust"

ShareThisHawai’i Opera Theatre’s 2011 season is off to a dramatic start with “Faust”, the tale of a deal with the Devil that many could be tempted to make. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa caught a preview with O’ahu school children on Wednesday night. Gounod’s “Faust” is directed by HOT’s General and Artistic Director, Henry Akina, and features former musicians of the Honolulu Symphony.
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It's the Annual Robert Burns Supper for the Caledonian Society of Hawai'i

ShareThisScottish history in Hawai’I dates back to the late 1800’s when sugar cane equipment, and the men to run them, were imported from Scotland. This week, Scots and Scots at heart across the state and around the world are celebrating the Burns Supper in honor of Scotland's National Bard.
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Contra Dance for Fun and Fellowship

ShareThisThere are contra dance communities in just about every college town across the country including here, in Honolulu and in Hilo. Pop up contra dance events happen on Kaua'i and Maui too. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa found that it’s a spirited form of couples dancing where you will likely dance with everyone in the room.
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