Jason Taglianetti joined Hawaiʻi Public Radio in October of 2006 as its multimedia production manager. Born and raised on Oʻahu, Jason grew up backstage, due to his parents, both theatre artists. In 1996, Jason attended the Art Institute of Seattle, where he studied Audio Production under many of the sound engineers, musicians, and music producers responsible for Seattle's grunge sound. Returning home to Hawaiʻi, Jason began his career in a familiar place -- the theatre. Today, Jason is a multiple award-winner for his sound design work for the stage. He also has several album credits and is a licensed amateur radio operator.
Itʻs always a delight to spend time with French Horn player Anna Lenhart of Honolulu Brass Quintet. Chamber Music Hawaii presents two different programs this week with Honolulu Brass Quintet- "Carnevale at Blue Note" and "From Bach to Pop" at St. John Lutheran Church, Kailua. Hear Anna Lenhart talk about these two concerts and her start in music.
All the way from Denmark, Trio con Brio Copenhagen is in Hawaii for concerts in Hilo and Honolulu. The trio’s violinist Soo-Jin Hong spoke to Evening Concert host Craig DeSilva about the group’s 25th anniversary and previews their Hawaii concerts featuring music of Beethoven and Prokofiev.