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Edgar Harden '93 Finds a Niche in Old Spirits

Edgar Harden, AlumnusAn entrepreneur at heart, Art and Wine Consultant Edgar Harden '93 has found a successful niche in the trading of vintage spirits. His business Old Spirits Company offers collectors a bargain on rare, historic, and pop-culture bottles such as samples from the set of the hit television series Mad Men.

Aloha Concert Series: The Brothers Cazimero

General Admission $47
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Robert & Roland, The Brothers Cazimero, changed the course of Hawaiian music forever.  They have recorded close to 40 albums, worked the finest venues in Hawaii & around the world, won countless awards and been privileged to be woven in the fabric of their beloved Hawaii.  They both enjoy solo careers as well as their performances as Hawaii’s #1 duo.

* If Roland Cazimero is unable to perform, the shows will be Robert Cazimero & Halau Na Kamalei

Aloha Concert Series: The Brothers Cazimero

General Admission $47
Purchase Tickets

Robert & Roland, The Brothers Cazimero, changed the course of Hawaiian music forever.  They have recorded close to 40 albums, worked the finest venues in Hawaii & around the world, won countless awards and been privileged to be woven in the fabric of their beloved Hawaii.  They both enjoy solo careers as well as their performances as Hawaii’s #1 duo.

Aloha Concert Series: Bryan Tolentino & Herb Ohta Jr.

General Admission $47
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The ‘Ukulele is the best-known Hawaiian instrument. In the 1950’s and 60’s all the bands had ‘ukulele players. Some of the great musicians that made the instrument very popular were: Eddie Kamae, Ohta-san, Lyle Ritz, Don Baduria, Sr., John Lukela, Jesse Kalima, Kahauanu Lake, and Peter Moon.

Aloha Concert Series: Bryan Tolentino & Herb Ohta Jr.

General Admission $47
Purchase Tickets 

The ‘Ukulele is the best-known Hawaiian instrument. In the 1950’s and 60’s all the bands had ‘ukulele players. Some of the great musicians that made the instrument very popular were: Eddie Kamae, Ohta-san, Lyle Ritz, Don Baduria, Sr., John Lukela, Jesse Kalima, Kahauanu Lake, and Peter Moon.

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