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Music salon with Professor Stephen Sano: History and Style of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

Event Details

Tue, March 27, 2018
07:00PM - 09:00PM
Private residence
Madison Park, Seattle WA 98112
Map address
Registration Period:
$20 if registered by Feb 28th, $25 after Feb 28th
Mrs. Gloria Tzuang

Explore the sounds, the history, and the evolution of ki ho'alu, the art of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Through lecture and demonstration, Professor Sano will lead this session about Hawaii''s indigenous style of guitar playing. Please join us at a private residence in Seattle for this intimate presentation. Wine, hors d'oevres, and dessert will be served. 

Stephen Sano is a professor of music and the Harold C. Schmidt Director of Choral Studies. In addition to his appointment at Stanford, Professor Sano is in frequent demand as a master-class teacher, conductor, and adjudicator in choral music. He has conducted festival, honor, and collegiate choirs from 20 states as well as professional and collegiate choirs from England, Germany, Austria, Australia, Japan, and Thailand. Outside of choral music and conducting, his musical interests include ki ho'alu (Hawaiian slack key guitar), the music of Queen Lili'uokalani, and North American taiko.

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