Celebrate Hawai'i

Kukahi 2020
Feb 15 - Feb 16, 2020

Kūkahi 2020: Keali‘i Reichel and Hālau Ke‘alaokamaile
Born and raised on Maui, Keali'i Reichel has achieved phenomenal recognition in Hawai‘i and internationally. His passion for the language and culture of Hawai‘i led him to become the founding director for Pūnana Leo O Maui (Hawaiian language immersion school), and to establish his own hālau.
Paniolo – Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy
Feb 06, 2020

This engaging play, written and performed by Moses Goods, explores a remarkable period in Hawaii's history. From Ikua Purdy winning the 1908 World Roping Championship to the way traditional Hawaiian values and practice integrated with the paniolo lifestyle, the stories and songs will unlock a remarkable time in Hawaii's history. Joining Moses onstage was Hawaiian singer/songwriter Kapono Na'ili'ili.
Kupaoa & Mark Yamanaka
Jan 31, 2020

Multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award winners joined forces to bring a beautiful evening of inspired composition with exquisite harmonies. Kellen and Līhau Paik, known professionally as the duo, Kūpaoa, have performed together for 15 years, releasing seven albums and received six Nā Hōkū awards. Mark Yamanaka’s latest release, Lei Lehua, won five Nā Hōkū awards in 2019.
HAPA – The Original
Jan 26, 2020

Reunited after 17 years, the original duo of Barry Flanagan and Keli'i Kaneali'i continued to bring back the groundbreaking sound that established the name HAPA as one of the most recognized names in Hawaiian music since their debut album hit the airwaves.  This concert followed several previous sold out shows at the MACC. 
Artist 2 Artist – Henry Kapono & Hawaiian-Style Band
Jan 10, 2020

Continuing Henry Kapono’s A2A music/talk-story series, this edition featured the unique Hawaiian-Style Band. Conceptualized in the ‘90s as a ‘revolving band,’ HSB has included the musical synergy of more than 50 musicians and producers over the course of three albums.  Many of their songs remain iconic island anthems, including “Love and Honesty,” “Let’s Talk Story,” “Rhythm of the Ocean,” and “Live A Little.
Gallery Exhibit -- The Woodworker's Journey: Concept to Creation
Jan 07 - Feb 23, 2020

An exceptional group of 25 artists from Hawai‘i and the continental U.S, all with distinguished careers in woodworking, were invited to make one new piece for this exhibition. The works were utilitarian or conceptual in design, with a refined conventional appeal or freeform fusion approach, using wood as the primary material.