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Sat / Nov 9, 2019

Hawaiian ‘Ohana

Hālau Hula Kealiʻi o Nālani & The Daniel Ho Trio

“Daniel Ho has been a major force behind Hawaiian music…a musical mastermind.” — The Ukulele Review

Location: The Broad Stage - Main Stage
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Experience the Aloha! An island style collaboration of music and dance by multi-GRAMMY® Award winner Daniel Ho and acclaimed kumu hula, Keali‘i Ceballos. Based on their original musical, Pineapple Mango, this program shares Hawaiian and English language songs and the traditions of hula dance. Daniel, Keali‘i and friends will make you feel at home as they share stories of Hawai‘i, ‘ohana (family) and food!


Performers
Hālau Hula Kealiʻi o Nālani (directed by Kumu Kealiʻi Ceballos)
The Daniel Ho Trio (Daniel Ho: ‘ukulele, Hawaiian slack key guitar, piano; Randy Drake: drums/percussion; Steve Billman: bass)
Mike Palma
 

 

Daniel Ho Talks About The Importance of Hawaiian Music’s Representation In The Music Industry In This New York Times Article


In this New York Times article, Daniel Ho discusses the lack of Hawaiian music’s representation in the industry and awards shows. Read about the work he is doing to help bring awareness to the genre here.
 

Ukulele Magazine Writes Glowing Review For Daniel Ho’s Most Recent Album Collaboration


Daniel Ho’s joint album with The Grasslands Ensemble, Between the Sky & Prairie, was dually praised for its fusion between classic ukulele tunes traditional of Ho fused with piano and percussion. Read all about it here.


Family Performances at The Broad Stage made possible in part by the generous support of the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
 

Each person in your party, even babes in arms, must have a ticket. 
 

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