Ann Krinitsky

As Director of Marin Symphony Youth Performance programs and the Virtuoso Program at San Domenico School, Ann Krinitsky also conducts Family Concerts with the Marin Symphony. She graduated with honors from the University of California, Berkeley, where she studied with Michael Senturia. Ms. Krinitsky completed three summers of study with Harold Farberman and various visiting.. read more →

Amy Hānaialiʻi

Hawai’i’s top-sellingfemale vocalist of all time. Amy’s success as a recording artist speaks for itself and is evidenced by a multitude of awards and acknowledgments, including 5 GRAMMY® nominations for Best Hawaiian Music Album. Her role as a cultural force for Hawaiian Culture stems from composing in Hawaiian Language and bringing her language to the.. read more →

Date Night at the Symphony

Looking for a creative date idea? We have your answer! Are you tired of yet another Movie Night? Have you dined at the same restaurant chain in town so many times it feels broken? Make your concert night a date night and add-on a Chairman’s Cocktail Reception at the Honolulu Club, conveniently located across the.. read more →

A Very Merry Holiday Pops

Holiday Pops at Hawaii Theatre Celebrate the music of the holiday season as Maestro Ann Krinitsky leads the HSO and the Sounds of Aloha Chorus. This festive concert will warm your heart, make spirits bright and put you in a Very Merry Holiday mood! Click below to purchase tickets directly from Hawaii theatre. Santa will.. read more →

Ohana Concert

The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra presents “Ohana Concert: Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds.”  Tuesday, November 5, 2019 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. INSTRUMENT PETTING ZOO – 6:20 p.m. The Instrument Petting Zoo gives keiki of all.. read more →

Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra’s Executive Director Announces November Departure

HONOLULU, HI – Jonathan Parrish, executive director of the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra (HSO) since 2013, has accepted the executive director position with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra beginning in December. Parrish will continue to serve through mid-November as the HSO conducts a national search for his replacement. “On behalf of the board of directors, we are.. read more →

Harry Potter in Concert Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire™

First a bestseller, then a major movie, now a magical concert event: CineConcerts presents Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire™ in Concert.  Experience your favorite wizard all over again with the music of a live symphony orchestra and the magic of Harry Potter™ soaring across the big screen in high-definition.  Grab your broom and.. read more →

Beethoven’s 250th Birthday

To celebrate this momentous occasion, five programs featuring Beethoven’s work are available as a mini-subscription during our 2019/2020 Halekulani Masterworks Season. Subscriptions available by phone 94-MUSIC (946-8742) or in-person at the HSO Box Office. Mix and match Saturdays and Sundays. Why Subscribe? SAVINGS: subscribers save up to 10% of single ticket prices when choosing Beethoven’s.. read more →

Create Your Own Season

Choose six concerts in the 2019-2020 Halekulani Masterworks Season The Choose 6 subscription offers audience members the opportunity to custom design their symphony experience! Subscriptions available by phone 94-MUSIC (946-8742) or in-person at the HSO Box Office. Curate your own journey…mix and match Saturdays and Sundays or simply choose by the repertoire that you would most enjoy!.. read more →

Joe Stepec

Joseph Stepec is the Music Director of the University of Hawaiʻi Symphony Orchestra (UHSO). In that role he has given concerts collaborating with various ensembles throughout Hawaiʻi including the United States Marine Band in a performance of Respighiʻs Pines of Rome; he has also collaborated with orchestras nationally, most recently, a joint performance of Poulencʻs Gloria with the Weber.. read more →