Whittier College News Release
For Immediate Release - May 6, 1999
The Brothers Cazimero in concert
WHAT: The Brothers Cazimero in concert
ADD: The Brothers Cazimero-who have become known as the founders of modern Hawaiian music-perform the melodies, chants and dances of their ancestors together with contemporary music and dance techniques to bring the past, present and future of Hawaii together as one.
These two award-winning Hawaiian musicians-with more than 29 recordings to their names-have played their traditional acoustic bass and 12-string guitar on the "Today Show," "Good Morning America," and in numerous other venues around the globe, including those in Australia, Hong Kong and New York City.
On stage, native Hawaiian dance performances, by both men and women, always accompany the Brothers' infectious chants as well as their traditional and modern island music.
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