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Raiatea Helm with the Spring Wind Quintet

    Raiatea Helm
    With the Spring Wind Quintet
    Celebrating 40 Years of Chamber Music Hawaii

    Join us for a wonderful evening of mele with Nā Hōkū Award-winning recording artist Raiatea Helm with the Spring Wind Quintet as we celebrate 40 years of Chamber Music Hawaii!


    • Raiatea Helm
    • Jeff Peterson, guitar
    • Kit Ebersbach, piano
    Spring Wind Quintet
    • Lance Suzuki, flute
    • J. Scott Janusch, oboe
    • James Moffitt, clarinet
    • Shelly Li, bassoon
    • Jamie Sanborn, horn

    Tickets $25-$35



    • Seating is First Come, First Served
    • $10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person 
    • Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available
    • No refunds or exchange. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!

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    • Raiatea Helm

      Two-time Grammy nominee, and multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano award recipient, Raiatea’s Hawaiian music career spans 20 years. She has released multiple albums, recorded and performed with legendary musicians such as Keola Beamer, Aunty Genoa Keawe, Kealiʻi Reichel, Willie K and Mick Fleetwood, to name a few.  Beginning at a young age, she has taken her love for Hawaiian music and performed throughout the U.S., China, Japan and Tahiti.  Raiatea is now recognized as one of Hawaiʻi’s premier female vocalists, and a passionate keeper of the Hawaiian falsetto tradition.  She has captivated audiences throughout the Hawaiian Islands and the world, masterfully interpreting traditional Hawaiian songs with classical elegance, poise, and grace.  Raiatea has a degree in music from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and is the first Hawaiian Musical Artist Fellow of the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation.  Raiatea currently serves as a Youth Development Outreach Specialist at the Liliʻuokalani Trust here in Honolulu, developing music programs for Native Hawaiian children.  
    • Spring Wind Quintet

      The Spring Wind Quintet performs concerts and educational services throughout Hawai‘i, nationally and internationally. Repertoire includes contemporary, pops, and Hawaiian music, plus the standard classics. Interest in new music and world music has inspired the creation of several original works and numerous new arrangements. Collaborating with their string, brass, and keyboard colleagues in Chamber Music Hawai‘i, the Spring Wind Quintet has performed and also commissioned many works for expanded and mixed instrumentation. The quintet’s work with Hawaiian artists led to a Grammy nomination in 2013 (“Malama Ko Aloha”) and a Nā Hōkū Hanohono nomination in 2016 (“Paka’a Lanakila!”). Spring Wind Quintet is a recipient of grants from Chamber Music America’s Ensemble Residency program and from the National Endowment for the Arts.
    • Chamber Music Hawaii

      Founded in 1982, Chamber Music Hawai‘i is the state’s leading presenter of local, professional chamber musicians. CMH presents resident, professional chamber ensembles in concert, and free educational programs in schools, community centers, libraries, and other venues each year on all six Hawaiian islands. With four different ensembles, CMH offers a wide variety of programming throughout its season. 

      The mission of Chamber Music Hawai‘i is to enrich our community’s cultural life and promote appreciation and understanding of chamber music by presenting resident professional chamber music ensembles in concerts for the public and educational outreach programs for schools and under-served communities.

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