Program – Saturday, November 16
Program – Saturday, November 16
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11:00am - 5:00pm
University of Hawaiʻi Symphony Orchestra
University of Hawaiʻi Wind Quintet
University of Hawaiʻi Sax Quartet

Royal Hawaiian Center
(The Royal Grove)
Free

Royal Hawaiian Center
(The Royal Grove)
FREE to the public, come and enjoy a set of musical performances featuring some of the best in Hawaiian and classical music. Guide to ANA HONOLULU MUSIC WEEK programs and schedule.
11:00am - 5:00pm
Ensembles from the Hawaiʻi Youth Symphony

International Market Place
(Place Queen's Court)
Free

International Market Place
(Place Queen's Court)
FREE to the public, come and enjoy a set of musical performances featuring some of the best in Hawaiian and classical music. Guide to ANA HONOLULU MUSIC WEEK programs and schedule.
Doors 11:00am / Concert 12:00pm
Eden Kai

The Ritz-Carlton Residences,
Waikiki Beach(Lau’ula Park)
Free

The Ritz-Carlton Residences,
Waikiki Beach(Lau’ula Park)
Join us for a FREE community concert with rising, young artist Eden Kai at the new Lau'ula Park at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach! He will perform songs from his albums Feel the Earth (2016), Music for You (2017), and Home Sweet Home (2018).
Doors 1:30pm / Concert 2:00pm
Ryu Goto
Hawaii Chamber Music Festival
'Iolani School
A child prodigy of Japanese ancestry hailing from New York, violinist Ryu Goto takes the classical fandom by storm with his emotive and energetic performances. After winning the Pacific Music Festival at age seven with an amazing rendition of Paganini’s Violin Concerto No.1, Goto has performed with major orchestras including the London Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra (DC), Sydney Symphony, Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal and Shanghai Symphony Orchestra.

An avid mentor and advocate for student musicians, Goto will perform with the ‘Iolani School Orchestra and members of Hawai‘i Chamber Music Festival.
4:00pm - 4:30pm
Royal Hawaiian Band
We celebrate King David Laʻamea Kalākaua, who was sovereign over the Hawaiian kingdom from 1874 through 1891, on his birthday each year on 16 November. This year, we invite you to celebrate with us at the Mission Houses Museum in an event that would have made the King very proud. An avid supporter of musics of all kinds, the King himself was known to be a baritone of beautiful tone who staged and starred in classical-music recitals and Italian operas the likes of Verdi's La Traviata. This year, we celebrate the King's birthday with music of the Royal Hawaiian Band, a string quartet from the Hawaiʻi Youth Symphony, and with the King's own Hawaiian compositions. These festivities are FREE, open to the public, and perfect for those interested in an informal and casual atmosphere. Don't be surprised, however, if you find yourself learning about Hawaiʻi's rich history, culture, and musical past.
4:45pm - 5:15pm
Hawaiʻi Youth Symphony String Quartet
We celebrate King David Laʻamea Kalākaua, who was sovereign over the Hawaiian kingdom from 1874 through 1891, on his birthday each year on 16 November. This year, we invite you to celebrate with us at the Mission Houses Museum in an event that would have made the King very proud. An avid supporter of musics of all kinds, the King himself was known to be a baritone of beautiful tone who staged and starred in classical-music recitals and Italian operas the likes of Verdi's La Traviata. This year, we celebrate the King's birthday with music of the Royal Hawaiian Band, a string quartet from the Hawaiʻi Youth Symphony, and with the King's own Hawaiian compositions. These festivities are FREE, open to the public, and perfect for those interested in an informal and casual atmosphere. Don't be surprised, however, if you find yourself learning about Hawaiʻi's rich history, culture, and musical past.
Doors 7:00pm / Concert 7:30pm
Quinn Kalsey
Pene Pati
Mālia Kaʻai-Barrett
Blythe Kelsey
Internationally acclaimed Pacific opera stars, baritone Quinn Kelsey (Honolulu), tenor Pene Pati (Auckland), Blythe Kelsey and soprano Mālia Kaʻai-Barrett (Lāhainā) will perform an intimate, acoustic recital accompanied by esteemed conductor, pianist and répétiteur Benjamin Makino.
Doors 7:00pm / Concert 8:00pm
Engelbert Humperdinck

Blaisdell Concert Hall $100/$80
$60/$50
$45

Blaisdell Concert Hall
Returning after a successful Hawai‘i Theatre appearance in 2018, Engelbert Humperdinck performs at Blaisdell Concert Hall as part of his “Angel on my Shoulder” tour. Humperdinck, a perennial favorite with Hawai‘i fans, is a master of romance with such hits as “After the Lovin’, ”Quando, Quando, Quando”, “Please Release Me”, ”This Moment in Time”, “Last Waltz”, “Another Time Another Place”.
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