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Mayor Hannemann said, “The Hawaii Theatre Center’s commitment to perpetuating the arts through its wonderful cultural, artistic, and civic programs not only preserves and promotes Hawaii’s unique heritage, but contributes to the revitalization of our Chinatown area. The work of the Hawaii Theatre has been among the key reasons AmericanStyle magazine ranked
The mayor is scheduled to present the grant to
The grant provides support for the production of at least six performances as part of the Hana Hou! Hawaiian Music Series from December 2007 through May 2008. The series will include performances by such artists as The Brothers Cazimero, Makaha Sons, and Nathan Aweau. The grant will also underwrite the presentation of “Hawaii Theatre Follies” in February and “In The Mood” in May.
The grant to the
$5,000 Grant to
The City also awarded a $5,000 grant to the Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus for its 2007-2008 season.
Mayor Hannemann is scheduled to present the check on Saturday, February 9, at 6:00 p.m., at
Said the mayor, “The Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus is the longest-running and largest youth chorus in
The grant provides support for the annual OPERAtunities program, four choral festivals, including the Pacific Rim Children’s Choral Festival, and a number of collaborative projects. The Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus serves 2,000 students grades K-12 during the year.
The grant to the Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus was appropriated by the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts.
Dymian Racoma, 527-5288
|Wednesday, February 06, 2008|