Kalani Pe‘a

Kalani Pe‘a

Patrick Landeza, Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine, Māhealani Uchiyama

Tuesday, January 29th

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$24 ADV / $28 DOOR (plus fees)

  • All tickets are subject to an additional $4 per ticket facility fee.

Kalani Pe‘a
Kalani Pe‘a
“Gifted with a gorgeous voice and a flair for composing resonant Hawaiian songs, his debut album established him as a major, innovative figure in contemporary Hawaiian music.” – Maui News

In 2017 Kalani Pe'a's debut album E Walea took home the Grammy® Award for "Best Regional Roots Music Album". It hit #1 on the iTunes World Music Charts and #12 on the Billboard World Albums Charts. More awards followed --in Hawai‘i, Kalani Pe'a was awarded the 2017 Na Hoku Hanohano Award (Hawai‘i’s “Grammy) for Best Hawaiian Contemporary Album, making history "as the first Hawaii recording artist EVER to have received a Grammy Award and a Na Hoku Hanohano Award for the same project." –Honolulu Star-Advertiser. He was awarded a prestigious Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Fellowship in 2018. A powerful and charismatic performer, Kalani was just honored with a second Grammy nomination for his recently released 2nd album, No ‘Ane‘i, which reached #1 on iTunes World Music Charts and #11 on Billboard’s World Music Charts. Critics raved that he is ”distinguished by his flair for Hawaiian language composition, a talent for fusing traditional and contemporary elements into his music and his wide, expressive vocal range. – Maui News.
Patrick Landeza
Patrick Landeza
When Patrick Landeza became the first mainland-based artist to win the Nā Hōkū Hanohano award in 2013, he told the audience, “Being born and raised on the mainland never made me any less Hawaiian.” Having initially learned how to play slack key guitar from family, Landeza later apprenticed with slack key legend, Raymond Kāne, and was mentored by slack key masters such as Cyril Pahinui, George Kuo, and Dennis Kamakahi. Landeza is a well-respected slack key instructor and has taught classes and at music camps nationwide, as well as had his lessons published in Acoustic Guitar Magazine. After successful forays into radio, catering, and concert production, Landeza is beginning to focus his attention on future generations. In 2013 he authored a children’s book, “Danny’s Hawaiian Journey,” and has partnered with schools and youth groups to provide cultural education through ukulele lessons in his grade school classes. Landeza’s efforts and enthusiasm have not gone unrecognized. Aside from a Nā Hōkū Hanohano award, he also became the youngest recipient of the Kapalakiko Aloha Spirit award at the age of 34. In 2011 he won the Hawaiian Music Award, and in 2012 he shared his music and aloha spirit with an appreciative audience at Carnegie Hall.
Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine
Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine
Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine focuses on dances of Hawaiʻi and Tahiti. Started by Māhealani Uchiyama more than 20 years ago, Hālau KaUaTuahine is the resident company of her Māhea Uchiyama Center for International Dance. The troupe is named after the gentle “sister” rain that falls in the valley of Mānoa in Honolulu. The dancers have won numerous awards and perform internationally, appearing in venues ranging from the Hollywood Bowl to the National Museum of New Zealand.
Māhealani Uchiyama
Māhealani Uchiyama
Māhealani Uchiyama is an award-winning dancer, musician, composer, choreographer, recording artist, author and teacher. An advocate for cultural understanding, she is the founder and artistic director of the Māhea Uchiyama Center for International Dance in Berkeley, California. She is also Kumu Hula (hula teacher) of Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine of Berkeley, California and is the creator and director of the annual Kāpili Polynesian Dance and Music Workshops. She is widely recognized for the integrity and quality of her work.