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Play On! The Hawai’i Symphony Announces Its Spring 2014 Concerts

Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra

Credit Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra
Maestro JoAnn Falletta, who continues as the Hawai'i Symphony's artistic advisor. Steven Monder continues with the Symphony as senior advisor to the Board and Executive Director.
Credit Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra
Jonathan Parrish, the new Executive Director of the Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra

Today the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra is announcing its Masterworks Concert Series for this spring, with a mix of classic treasures,  favorite artists, and a blend of East and West.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

Tickets are nearly sold out for the Hawai’i Symphony’s year end concert tradition,  Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in performance with the O’ahu Choral Society December 23rd.  Subscriptions to the Spring 2014 Season are available now---find out more on the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra website.

How do you feel about the Symphony's comeback?

Noe Tanigawa covered art, culture and ideas for two decades at Hawaiʻi Public Radio.
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