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Merry Mele!

CMH Digital continues with our Holiday showcase, featuring Christmas and Hanukkah favorites, arrangements from The Nutcracker, and special performance of Umoja by Valerie Coleman. Grab a drink and enjoy this Holiday celebration from gorgeous settings across Oahu! Streaming live on Youtube.

December 20, 4:00pm

Online Event

Tickets are on sale now for $15 per household:

Merry Mele!2020-12-08T11:38:45-10:00

CMH Digital Presents: Postcards

CMH is thrilled to announce the first event of its new digital concert series! Due to the international travel restrictions put in place as a result of the pandemic, our artistic team has chosen the themes of travel and homeland for this special virtual program. The livestream presentation will feature music inspired by our musicians’ travel experiences, as well as arrangements of folk songs from home. Filmed at a beautiful home overlooking Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai, the concert will include pre-recorded performances, stories from the musicians, and a live Q&A with our audience.

Plan to join us and show your support for Hawaii’s oldest presenter of local, professional chamber musicians!

Oct 24 @ 7:30 pm
Online Event


This digital concert is free to attend, but not free to produce. Your donation of any amount would be greatly appreciated.

CMH Digital Presents: Postcards2020-10-15T17:37:17-10:00

Meet Our Musicians: Jamie Sanborn

We are getting personal in a new short-video series, titled #CMHMusicianSpotlight. Over the next several weeks, CMH will introduce you to the talented musicians who make up its three resident ensembles. First up you will meet the lovely Jamie Sanborn, French horn player in the Spring Wind Quintet. These videos are being released to our YouTube channel, as well as our Facebook and Twitter profiles. If you haven’t yet, please give us a follow on social media and be the first to enjoy this content.


Meet Our Musicians: Jamie Sanborn2020-10-15T17:33:36-10:00

Fermata Update

It may come as no surprise to you that we must cancel our May film concert, The Mark of Zorro. And so, our fermata continues—but rest assured that we are busy planning a wonderful 2020-2021 season!
If you are a ticket holder to a cancelled concert, you may choose to donate the value of your unused tickets as a way to help us continue to pay our musicians for lost work. Please send us an email before June 5 to let us know if you would like to donate back your ticket value or if you would prefer a refund.
While CMH’s fermata continues, our musicians are continuing to make music and share their art with the world. Enjoy this special “duet” performance of Telemann’s Sonata in D Major by Spring Wind Quintet flutist, Lance Suzuki.



In music, a fermata is a pause of unspecified length on a note or a rest. During these uncertain times because of COVID-19, there is a fermata on Chamber Music Hawaii’s live performances for March, April, and likely May, but we realize that now, more than ever, music must continue to resonate.

We are committed to our mission of enriching Hawaii’s cultural life by promoting chamber music in our community and supporting the local, professional musicians who make up our resident ensembles. We are uncertain about the likelihood of rescheduling any of our concerts this season, but we hope that you will join us in helping to support our musicians during this difficult time. If you are a ticket holder for concerts in March, April, and May, please consider donating the value of your ticket back to CMH. Your donation may be tax deductible and 100% will be directed to financially support our musicians and help make up for their lost income. Please call (808) 489-5038 or send an email to with your requests.

During this fermata, stay tuned to our website, emails, and social media channels as the situation becomes more clear. We will strive to find ways to bring music to you, our valued patrons.

And in the spirit of keeping the music alive, please click on the image above. Our Galliard String Quartet performs Queen Lili’oukalani’s Nani Na Pua Ko’olau (from the safety of their homes).

Be well and stay safe!


Your CMH Ohana

Fermata Update2020-05-16T05:51:08-10:00

Chamber Music Hawaii Looks at Alternate Ways to Reach Fans


Coming Up Next…

Brass Through the Looking Glass

Monday, March 16, 2020 at 7:30 pm

Honolulu Brass Quintet

Eugene Bozza – Suite Francaise
Jan Bach – Laudes
Enrique Crespo – Suite Americana No. 1
Anthony Plog – Animal Ditties

Coming Up Next…2020-03-13T16:31:37-10:00
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