WORKFORCE AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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Hawai‘iloa Workshops
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Aloha and welcome.
Hawai‘iloa workshops are for those who want a taste of Hawaiian studies in focused areas of interest such as Hawaiian language, music, culture, and more. For a more immersive experience leading to the associateʻs degree in Hawaiian Studies, please visit https://windward.hawaii.edu/programs-of-study/hawaiiloa/.

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Past Events

Kani Nā Pua Ko'olau with Robert Cazimero

Share an evening hosted by WCC Music Instructor Kamuela Kimokeo featuring one of Hawaii's most influential performing artists, Robert Cazimero. Play along with your instrument in a laid-back, kanikapila style while also having the opportunity to hear experiences and mana'o from the legendary artist himself.

This noncredit workshop will be online via Zoom and includes access to downloadable sheet music and video recordings so you can practice at home with Robert!

Instructor: Robert Cazimero & Kamuela Kimokeo
Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020
Time: 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Location: Online via Zoom
Cost: $10 (register and pay online)

Note: Ticket holders for the postponed March 2020 Kani Nā Pua Ko‘olau with Robert Cazimero do not need to re-register. Please email Kamuela Kimokeo at kamuelam@hawaii.edu with your ticket number to receive your Zoom link and access to downloadable music and recordings.
Kamuela Kimokeo
Instructor, ‘Ukulele and Slack Key Guitar

Kamuela Kimokeo is director of the Hawai‘i Music Institute and head of the music program at Windward Community College. He started playing music professionally in Waikiki with his father when he was 14 years old, has toured with Jerry Santos, Amy Hanaialii and Raiatea Helm, and is currently a member of the Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winning trio Hiʻikua. He holds a MEdT from the University of Hawai‘i.

The Hawai'i Music Institute fills a void in Hawaii’s music industry by bridging the gap between performer, student, and music professionals, and is uniquely positioned to preserving and perpetuating the music of Hawai‘i for future generations.

For more information, contact:
Kamuela Kimokeo
kamuelam@hawaii.edu
(808) 236-9131