Saturday Choose 6

A Saturday Choose 6 subscription starts at just $175, and between now and December 1st, each new Saturday Choose 6 Subscriber will receive the following: Upgraded seats (purchase section D, get section C, etc.) Complimentary Seventh Halekulani Masterworks concert 20% off all additional tickets for HSO concerts in the 2018-2019 season We are working hard to establish our Saturdays at.. 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 →

Chopin & Schumann

Renowned pianist Orli Shaham makes her HSO debut with Chopin’s passionate and elegant concerto. Chilean conductor and Music Director of the Puerto Rico Symphony, Maximiano Valdés, will lead Schumann’s Bach-inspired symphony, one of the richest and most compelling work he would ever write. Piano tuning for this performance courtesy of Alan Nishimura at Mozart Music.. read more →

Stu Conducts Brahms

The HSO’s former Principal Timpanist, Stuart Chafetz, has traded his mallets for a baton and now regularly takes the podium of orchestras around the country. He returns to conduct a beloved Brahms symphony and is joined by the award-winning pianist Ran Dank to perform Prokofiev’s demanding and thrilling concerto. Piano tuning for this performance courtesy.. read more →

Hans Graf Conducts Mozart & Bruckner

The HSO welcomes the debut of Austrian maestro and esteemed former Houston Symphony Music Director, Hans Graf, in this all-Austrian program of Mozart and Bruckner. HSO brass will provide the power for the late-romantic symphony, while Nakamatsu and Kailua-raised Lisa Nakamichi (organizer of the annual Aloha International Piano Festival) will join forces to perform this.. read more →

Iggy!

HSO Concertmaster, Iggy Jang, will perform this violin masterwork of Vieuxtemps. Tchaikovsky’s milestone symphony and an elusive gem by Lili Boulanger complete this vivid program conducted by Symphony Tacoma Music Director, Sarah Ioannides. Sarah Ioannides, conductor Ignace Jang, violin L. Boulanger – D’un Matin de Printemps Vieuxtemps – Violin Concerto No. 5 Tchaikovsky – Symphony.. read more →

Ode to Joy

This year our perennially popular “Ode to Joy” program also features one of today’s most acclaimed and admired pianists, Yefim Bronfman. The orchestra will be joined by the forces of the O’ahu Choral Society and led by JoAnn Falletta. This all-Beethoven program is an event not to be missed. Piano tuning for this performance courtesy.. read more →

Bohemian Journey

Brahms was an influential proponent of the younger Czech composer, Dvořák. Their relationship was among the most famous of composer friendships. The dynamic, 24-year-old pianist Conrad Tao returns to perform this majestic piano concerto by Brahms. Piano tuning for this performance courtesy of Alan Nishimura at Mozart Music House. Ankush Kumar Bahl, conductor Conrad Tao, piano Brahms.. read more →