Music in the Clubhouse

Music In The Clubhouse

Play, Sing, and Make New Friends!

In proud partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii!  These low-cost, entry-level classes are made possible through the generosity of private foundations and public support, and all musical instruments, supplies, and sheet music are provided free of charge. No prior musical experience is necessary.

MITCH uke boys

Music4Kids—Spalding Clubhouse

Start making music with this fun, after school class, in which every student learns to sing, play, and read music!

In the Spring Semester, Music4Kids transforms into a Ukulele Class, in which students learn to play one of the most popular Hawaiian instruments.

Class Times

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:00-6:00 pm


Instructor: Joy Waikoloa

MITCH Band clarinet girl

Clubhouse Band—Spalding Clubhouse

Learn to play flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, or trombone!

Geared towards beginners, this class teaches students how to play an instrument alone and in an ensemble, along with basic instrument care. Students perform at least one concert per year in a formal concert hall setting.

This program is not intended to replace instruction delivered by school band directors.

Students are expected to attend class on a regular basis to ensure satisfactory progress made. Exemplary behavior is required of all students at all times.

Class Times

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:00-6:15 pm.


Instructor: Matt Momohara


Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii (BGCH)

Spalding Clubhouse
1704 Waiola Street, 2nd Floor
Honolulu, HI 96826
(Behind Washington Middle School, Corner of Waiola & Lokahi St.)


NFL-YET Nanakuli Clubhouse
89-159 Mano Ave
Waianae, HI 96792
(Adjacent to Nanaikapono Elementary School)

Additional Policies

Please refer to the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii’s handbook for more information about Clubhouse policies and procedures.

Future Leaders

Every time I hear HYS perform, I think how awesome Hawaii will be with these people as our future leaders.

Tammy J.


Music for All

There isn't a single child who shouldn't be exposed to orchestral music, especially thanks to HYS.

Belinda C.

Former Parent


Participating in HYS was an amazing, life-changing experience. I made lifelong friends and learned to respect myself.

Jason B.

Former Student

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