|Eric Silberger playing violin Nāhuku, the Thurston Lava Tube. He brings his talent to Pāhala in July. Photo by Carlin Ma|
HAWAI'I INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL COMES BACK TO PAHALA. The organizers announce a Post-Pandemic Mini-Season for 2021. Partnering with Pāhala Plantation Cottages, the Festival reemerges with a live, streamed concert for the first time since the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic began. It will feature a roster of local and international artists. The Festival will be Friday July 23 through Sunday, July 25. Founded by Internationally Acclaimed Artists - Violin Virtuoso Eric Silberger, Metropolitan Opera Soprano Amy Shoremount-Obra and Esteemed Pianist Carlin Ma, the Festival will include a concert and outreach events on Hawai'i Island.
|Metropolitan Opera Soprano Amy Shoremount|
-Obra comes home to Pāhala to perform in July.
The Festival reemerges from the COVID-19 pandemic on Hawai'i Island on Sunday, July 25, at 5:30 p.m. for a concert celebrating the return of its music to Pahala Plantation House. It will feature Shoremount-Obra, Silberger, acclaimed pianist and Kaua'i resident Monica Chung; Na Hoku Hanohano nominated Mana Music Quartet, featuring Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra cellist Joshua Nakazawa; internationally acclaimed violinist Dr Mann-Wen Lo; and Honolulu resident and renowned violist Duane Padilla.
Shoremount Obra began coming to Pāhala to perform for the community at Pāhala Plantation House in 2009. She is a member of Lorie Obra's family of Kaʻū Coffee fame.
The concert will feature works by Debussy, Wagner and several other classical composers in addition to Hawai'i’s own Queen Lili'uokalani. See more at www.himusicfestival.com
|A pre-pandemic presentation by Hawaiʻi International Music Festival for the community at Pāhala|
Plantation House, featuring world renowned violinist Eric Silberger. Photo by Carlin Ma
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