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Jan 19
7:00PM
Library
January 19, 2017, 7:00 pm
Library
Dallas-based Haven Trio ("...three of today's most fabulously gifted interpreters of contemporary music..."- www.sequenza21.com) performs UH West O'ahu Humanities/Music faculty Dr. Jon Magnussen's 2016 composition, "TWINGE". The work, inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Barry Bearak's New York Times Magazine article "The Day The Sea Came", recounts the stories of survivors from the 2004 Indonesian tsunami and features 15 songs for soprano, clarinet and piano. The trio of musicians, the journalist, Barry Bearak, and Magnussen will host a Q&A with the audience following the hour-long musical presentation. The creation and this performance of "TWINGE" is made possible with generous support from the 2015 Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Grant, University of Hawaii SEED IDEAS Fund, UH West Oahu Distinguished Visiting Scholar Fund, and the UH West Oahu Music Fund. PLEASE NOTE: the multimedia performance includes tsunami-related imagery which may contain strong thematic elements. Audience discretion is advised, particularly for families with young children. [Related article: "The Day The Sea Came" by Barry Bearak --- http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/27/magazine/the-day-the-sea-came.html?emc=eta1&_r=0]
Jan 23
9:00AM
91-1001 Farrington Highway Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
January 23, 2017, 9:00 am
91-1001 Farrington Highway Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Piko is an event held at 9am every monday during the semester(except holidays) at the mala/garden in Hale Kuahuokala. The events purpose is to start the week off right and to center your thoughts with oli, mele and hookupu.
Jan 30
9:00AM
91-1001 Farrington Highway Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
January 30, 2017, 9:00 am
91-1001 Farrington Highway Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Piko is an event held at 9am every monday during the semester(except holidays) at the mala/garden in Hale Kuahuokala. The events purpose is to start the week off right and to center your thoughts with oli, mele and hookupu.