Aloha Concert Luncheon

FEATURING YOUTH SYMPHONY I AND YOUTH SYMPHONY II

SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2017
HILTON HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, CORAL BALLROOM
10:30 am – 2:30 pm

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A Special Luncheon

Maestro Henry Miyamura’s final concert with Hawaii Youth Symphony will be the Aloha Concert Luncheon on May 7, 2017. “That concert is typically a time we say ‘aloha’ to graduating high school seniors, and this year, the concert will also be our opportunity to say ‘aloha and mahalo’ to Maestro Miyamura,” Ing said. “It will be an emotional concert for many in our community. It will be hard to see him retire, but we all recognize Henry deserves a great retirement.” “We are indebted to Maestro Miyamura for laying a great foundation for Hawaii Youth Symphony. It is privilege for all of us — the board, conductors, parents, volunteers, students and other supporters —to build on his legacy,” Ing added.

Special Guests DANNY & NICHOLAS KALEIKINI

Danny Kaleikini, also known as “Kaniela,” has been entertaining audiences from around the world for over 40 years and is most commonly known for his long-standing residency at the Kahala Hilton, a stint that ran for 30 years. He was the opening act for Paul Anka and has performed alongside Sammy Davis Jr., Wayne Newton, Dolly Parton, McGuire Sisters, and Don Ho. Nicholas, grandson of Kaniela, is a classically trained musician and producer/engineer at Lana Lane Studios. He played clarinet in his early years that developed into a lifelong love of the saxophone and piano. He is the Director of the POW! WOW! School of Music. HYS looks forward to welcoming Danny and Nicholas to our stage.

Event Overview

The Aloha Concert Luncheon is an annual event that features Youth Symphony I and Youth Symphony II. At the end of the luncheon, we will bid aloha to our graduating seniors with a senior recognition ceremony. This year’s event will be emceed by local celebrity Ben Gutierrez. 10:30 am – Registration & “Country Store” Shopping 11:30 am – Lunch & Concert (YSI & YSII Performing) The concert will follow lunch and end at approximately 2:45 pm Please note that tables of ten are given priority seating over individual seat purchases. 

If you have any questions, please call the HYS office at 941-9706.  We hope you’ll join us for this great day of music and joy!  Mahalo.