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Kī Hō‘alu in Manhattan

A Night of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar
Saturday, May 4, 2024, 7PM
Miller Theatre at Columbia University

The Center for Ethnomusicology in collaboration with the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University presents an evening of kī hō‘alu or Hawaiian slack key guitar featuring renowned Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) guitarist Keola Beamer and his wife, Moanalani, distinguished Japanese guitarist Yuki ‘Alani Yamauchi, and award-winning Kanaka Maoli guitarist Patrick Landeza.

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The Center for Ethnomusicology in collaboration with the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University presents an evening of kī hō‘alu or Hawaiian slack key guitar featuring renowned Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) guitarist Keola Beamer and his wife, Moanalani, distinguished Japanese guitarist Yuki ‘Alani Yamauchi, and award-winning Kanaka Maoli guitarist Patrick Landeza.

Performers

  • Keola & Moanalani Beamer
  • Yuki ‘Alani Yamauchi
  • Patrick Landeza

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