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The 2019/2020 season features many of your favorite pieces – from Vivaldi’s beloved Four Seasons to Grieg’s gorgeous Piano Concerto to Beethoven’s inspiring Ode to Joy. Your HSO offers you the opportunity to “escape from the everyday,” and into a magical world of Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Copland, Dvořák and many other composers, brilliantly brought to colorful life by our great musicians.We are also celebrating the 250th birthday of the most loved composer of all time – Ludwig van Beethoven, with five works during our 2019/2020 Halekulani Masterworks season.

Your HSO plays and loves the classics, but we are so much more! We have music to suit everyone’s style. Enjoy our filmsinConcert, Sheraton Waikiki musicthatPOPS and musicthatROCKS concerts, holiday celebrations, pre-concert parties at the Honolulu Club, and post-concert events, camaraderie, drinks, food, friendship and fun!

Our home of Hawai’i holds so much beauty and color, and your HSO is a magical part of life here, bringing people together, building community, introducing young people to music, and celebrating the world. We look forward to seeing you at the symphony!

Halekulani Masterworks

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Jun Märkl, conductor

Alexi Kenney, violin

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 and beauty of Italy.

TchaikovskyCapriccio Italien

VivaldiThe Four Seasons

Mendelssohn – Symphony No. 4 (Italian)

Halekulani Masterworks

Rachmaninoff’s Ravishing Second Symphony

Naoto Otomo, conductor

William Wolfram, piano

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 audiences wanting more.

Beethoven – Concerto for Piano No. 5 (Emperor)

Rachmaninoff – Symphony No. 2