Grammy Nominated Duo to Perform in Aloha Series

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Grammy Nominated Duo to Perform in Aloha Series

WHITTIER, CA (MAY 15, 2007) – Hawaiian music trailblazers The Brothers Cazimero will wrap up the 2006-2007 Aloha Series with two concerts May 26, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts, 6760 Painter Ave. $35. (562) 907-4203 or

The Brothers Cazimero burst onto the Hawaiian music scene along with the resurgence in popularity of native culture in the islands in the 1970s. Considered masters of their craft, The Brothers Cazimero merge the past and present with their renditions of chants, dances and songs of the native Hawaiians.

The group consists of Robert, bassist, and Roland who plays guitar. Together they have released more than 30 recordings, including the Grammy-nominated album, Some Call It Aloha…Don’t Tell. The duo has brought the sounds and culture of Hawaii to sellout audiences worldwide.

Founded by Quakers in 1887, Whittier College is an independent, four-year college offering a traditional liberal arts program integrated with both professional and pre-professional courses of study. With an emphasis on diversity, community, and curricular innovation, the College’s primary mission is to endow students with the education, skills, and values appropriate for global leadership and service. Whittier College is a designated Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI).

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