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HBQ Annual Holiday Concert on December 10th

Season’s Greetings from the Honolulu Brass Quintet! Don’t miss their next Holiday Concert at Paliku Theatre on December 10.


Dec 10 – Honolulu Brass Quintet
HBQ Annual Holiday Concert on December 10th2018-12-05T05:13:41+00:00

HBQ Annual Holiday Concerts

Season’s Greetings from the Honolulu Brass Quintet! Don’t miss their upcoming Holiday Concerts at the Central Union Church on December 3 and at Paliku Theatre on December 10.


Dec 3 – Honolulu Brass Choir
Dec 10 – Honolulu Brass Quintet
HBQ Annual Holiday Concerts2018-12-05T05:13:18+00:00

War & Peace

Meet Marsha of the Spring Wind Quintet and come out to enjoy War & Peace.


War & Peace2018-11-30T10:58:06+00:00

Exclusive Dinner Concert

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Celebrate our new season with us at a dinner concert featuring the Spring Wind Quintet in an exclusive historic residence. Enjoy fine wines and a delicious gourmet dinner by MW Restaurant. Location will be sent with confirmation of purchase. Free valet parking. Reservations are limited and must be received by October 15th. A portion of your cost may be tax deductible. Please consult your tax advisor.

For more information, please contact (808)722-0172 or (808)489-5038 or email

Exclusive Dinner Concert2018-10-25T21:52:52+00:00

The Fabulous French

Meet Helen Liu of the Galliard String Quartet and come out to enjoy The Fabulous French.


The Fabulous French2018-10-25T21:52:43+00:00

Season Opening: Nine, Nine…Ten!

The gorgeous sounds of the string and wind ensembles come together to highlight a splendid selection of French and German compositions.


Season Opening: Nine, Nine…Ten!2018-10-01T20:46:53+00:00

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The Glorious Appalachian Spring

SUN May 27 4:00pm Paliku Theatre

* PREMIUM Reserved Section available

Tresemble + Onium Ballet Project

Some of the finest ballet dancers in Hawaii come together with the Tresemble to delight music and dance lovers. Copland’s beloved work is set with WWII-era costumes, and the Martinu ballet, in contrast, features kid-friendly dancing utensils in costume.

Bohuslav Martinu – “Kitchen Revue”
Aaron Copland – “Appalachian Spring”

Memorial Day weekend is a fitting time for our Sunday music + dance matinee for all ages. The stunning music and choreography of “Appalachian Spring” are complemented by costumes of the WWII-era, while the costumes for “Kitchen Revue” are whimsical dancing utensils.

The Onium Ballet Project has regularly collaborated with Chamber Music Hawaii, creating new original ballets to many works, including Bohuslav Martinu’s La Revue de Cuisine and Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring. The group is led by Artistic Director Minou Lallemand, who was born in Colombia and grew up in New York City. She trained at the Neubert Ballet Institute and graduated from the New York High School of the Performing Arts while on scholarship at the Joffrey Ballet School, and enjoyed an international performing career. She now lives in Honolulu and focuses on teaching and choreography.

Single Tickets

Paliku Theatre
The Glorious Appalachian Spring2018-07-06T03:12:32+00:00

Brass, Bach and the Renaissance

MON Apr 9 7:30pm Doris Duke Theatre
TUE Apr 17 7:00pm UHWO library
MON Apr 23 7:30pm Paliku Theatre

Honolulu Brass Quintet

The popular and often offbeat Honolulu Brass Quintet pulls out all the stops for this one – music from the 15th century, a bit from Bach and a contemporary work by Bruce Adolphe, the Piano Puzzler from public radio’s Performance Today.

J.S. Bach/Mills – “The Art of the Fugue”
Bruce Adolphe – “Triskelion”
Renaissance Madrigals

Brass, Bach and the Renaissance2018-05-02T04:23:05+00:00

Voices of the Baroque

FRI Mar 2 7:30pm Lutheran Church of Honolulu
Dr. Eric Esparza, conductor
Tresemble + UH Chamber Singers

UH Manoa Chamber Singers come off-campus to sing with the Tresemble, under the direction of Baroque authority and visiting faculty Dr. Eric Esparza, in a program of well-known and rare works of the Italian and Spanish Baroque. This concert is outstanding in many ways – we welcome our special guest vocalists and a distinguished visiting conductor, Friday is an unusual evening for a CMH performance; and the concert location is the Lutheran Church of Honolulu. Dr. Esparza is the Director of Choral Activities and Vocal Area Coordinator at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois, where he conducts the DePaul Chamber Choir, Concert Choir, and teaches courses in Choral Music. Dr. Esparza is also the Founder, Artistic Director, and Conductor of International Voices Houston.

Voices of the Baroque Preview:

Voices of the Baroque2018-03-08T06:16:31+00:00