Country Legends

Active Military, Veterans and First Responders, use code LOCALHEROES and any seat is just $20! More than 75 years of country music will be showcased during the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra’s “Country Legends” concert Friday, September 27 at the Blaisdell Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m. Nashville recording artists Rachel Potter (The X Factor) and Patrick Thomas (The.. read more →

Patrick Thomas

The son of two Broadway singers, Patrick Thomas grew up in Colleyville, Texas surrounded by music. At a young age, he was taken to see the blockbuster hit Titanic. After the movie, he returned home and began playing the underscoring from the film on piano. Continuing to display increasingly high levels of musicianship and the.. read more →

Rachel Potter

Rachel Potter, hailing from St. Petersburg, Florida, began her professional career at Walt Disney World, singing as Ariel, Belle and Nemo. Her first break into the world of musical theater came when she appeared on MTV’s Legally Blonde: The Search for Elle Woods, where she placed in the top 15. She had the honor of.. read more →

2019-2020 Halekulani Masterworks Season Opening Gala

Please join us for our Season Opening Gala Individual Tickets Young Professionals $200 • Under the age of 40 • Entrance to the 19/20 Gala with general seating • 50% off your ticket for the Season Opening Saturday, September 21 or Sunday, September 22 • 2 bottles of wine per table Gala ticket $375 •.. read more →

Rachmaninoff’s Ravishing Second Symphony

Naoto Otomo, conductorWilliam Wolfram, piano Beethoven – Concerto for Piano No. 5 (Emperor)Rachmaninoff – Symphony No. 2 What’s Interesting About This Show The season comes to a close in grand style with Naoto Otomo conducting Rachmaninoff’s romantic and evocative Symphony No. 2 and William Wolfram performing Beethoven’s majestic Emperor Concerto. This season finale will leave.. read more →

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Jun Märkl, conductorAlexi Kenney, violin Tchaikovsky – Capriccio ItalienVivaldi – The Four SeasonsMendelssohn – Symphony No. 4 (Italian) What’s Interesting About This Show Violin sensation Alexi Kenney debuts with Vivaldi’s famous tribute to nature that has weathered the test of time. Jun Markl returns to lead works by Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn inspired by the spirit.. read more →

Beethoven’s “Eroica” – CANCELLED

Rune Bergmann, conductorBehzod Abduraimov, piano Following directives from the CDC regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra is working with local government to limit the impact of the virus in our community. Because the health and well-being of HSO audiences and musicians is of paramount importance, we have made the very difficult decision.. read more →

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto – CANCELLED

Following directives from the CDC regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra is working with local government to limit the impact of the virus in our community. Because the health and well-being of HSO audiences and musicians is of paramount importance, we have made the very difficult decision to cancel all concerts through.. read more →

Kahane Plays Beethoven – CANCELLED

Jeffrey Kahane, conductor & piano Beethoven – Piano Concerto No. 4Mendelssohn – The Hebrides (Fingal’s Cave)Schumann – Symphony No. 1 What’s Interesting About This Show The extraordinary artist Jeffrey Kahane performs dual roles as pianist and conductor in this program of classical masterworks by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and Schumann. Click on the date to purchase tickets:.. read more →

JoAnn Returns

JoAnn Falletta, conductorBella Hristova, violin Enescu – Romanian Rhapsody No. 1D. Ludwig – Violin ConcertoDvořák – Symphony No. 8 What’s Interesting About This Show HSO Artistic Advisor, JoAnn Falletta returns to conduct a program featuring Dvořák’s brilliant and captivating symphony. The highly acclaimed violinist Bella Hristova performs a concerto written by husband, David Ludwig, as.. read more →