Ohana Concert: Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds

The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra presents “Ohana Concert: Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds.”  Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 7:00 p.m At this Ohana Concert maestro Dr. Jeffrey Boeckman will lead the HSO in a 60-minute program that takes concertgoers on a journey through the sounds of endangered and extinct Hawaiian birds. Pre-show activities  Giveaways will add zest.. read more →

Spread Aloha with Give Aloha

Give Aloha  The annual “Give Aloha” campaign at Foodland and Sack ‘N Save stores is on now through the end of September. Simply use your Maika‘i card at the checkout register to make a donation of up to $249 to the HSO (code #78739). Customers must use their Maika`i Card to make a donation.  Donations exceeding $249.. read more →

Saturday at the Symphony – Organ Symphony

Food  |  Drink  |  Symphony An Evening of Entertainment for only $75* Join the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra backstage and on the Ward Lanai at the Blaisdell Concert Hall for a pre-concert reception! Purchase this amazing, all-inclusive French inspired package to our Saturday Season Opening Masterworks performance and you receive: One (1) Section B seat (best.. read more →

2018-2019 Halekulani Masterworks Season Opening Gala

Please join us for our Season Opening Gala A benefit for the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra with Maestro Marcelo Lehninger and Organist Cameron Carpenter. Halekulani Ballroom  |  Sunday, September 23, 2018  |  6:30 p.m. The Opening Night Gala Benefit at Halekulani Ballroom immediately follows the Sunday 4:00 p.m. Organ Symphony Masterworks concert. Complimentary valet parking is.. read more →

Merchandise

Bring a piece of your musical experience home. Choose from the options below, or stop by the marketing table at each performance. Inventory is updated regularly, so check back often! Oftentimes our guest artists bring with them a wide variety of CDs available for purchase at their performance. Chopin Tote Bag – $20 Ladies Tahiti.. read more →

A Few Words from Artistic Advisor JoAnn Falletta

We are delighted to welcome you to another season of music, an escape from the world around us into the world within us. The Finnish composer Rautavaara believed that each one of us has an enchanted island deep inside us, and that the only way we can access that magic place is by listening to.. read more →

Education & Outreach 2018-19

Education and Outreach 2018-2019 Sponsored by the City & County of Honolulu, Central Pacific Bank, Atherton Family Foundation, Cooke Foundation and Alexander & Baldwin Properties, the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra is currently accepting requests for education performance visits from elementary, middle, high school, colleges, and senior residences. All performances are at no cost to the host.. read more →

Beethoven & Ravel

The season finale features the return of Grammy Award-Winning artist Augustin Hadelich performing Beethoven’s treasured violin concerto. Celebrated Japanese Maestro Naoto Otomo takes the podium in this program that truly showcases the brilliance of the HSO in works inspired by Greek legends and stories of love, including Ravel’s vibrant and rousing work, Daphnis et Chloé… read more →

Glass and a Fifth

The distinguished former Toronto Symphony Music Director, Peter Oundjian makes his HSO debut conducting Beethoven’s iconic Fifth Symphony. From opera houses, concert halls, the dance world, film, and pop, the music of Philip Glass has made him one of the most influential composers of our time. Robert McDuffie and Oundjian performed the world premiere of.. read more →

Arabian Nights

Since his time as HSO Principal Clarinet, David Shifrin has become an artist in demand around the world. Performing as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. He returns for his solo appearance with the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra collaborating with Rei Hotoda, newly appointed Fresno Philharmonic Music Director. She conducts Scheherazade, the symphonic story of A Thousand.. read more →