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the 10th annual MACC Presents Season at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. We dedicate this season to the joy of the human experience. Especially at times like these, we return to those things that have sustained the human spirit for thousands of years — music, dance, stories.

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Ho‘onanea

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Hawai‘i Maoli

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Global Rhythms

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Dance

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Tune In

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Poppin’ - Rockin’

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Local Voices

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Mele

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Festivals

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Exhibits

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Box Office info

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Series Order form

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MACC Donors

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Season Calendar

This season celebrates the joy the arts give us. When we launched the MACC presents 10 years ago, we wanted only to make sure our Maui community had access to the best in a wide range of arts and cultures from around the world, with our own Hawai‘i artists holding a special place at the center of our programs. This year, with great performers from Africa to Aotearoa, from Montreal to Manhattan, from Cairo to Kula, we celebrate the joy of tradition and of innovation, the joy of learningand of living. From internationallyacclaimed performances on MACC stages to workshops, residencies, and mini-performances in our schools and more remote communities, the MACC presents offers experiences that bring joy to heart and spirit.

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Maui Nei

MACC also brings artists off the stage and into the more remote areas of Maui County — Hāna, Moloka‘i, Lāna‘i.

goes beyond the stage and into

Keo Woolford performed his dramatic work “I-Land” for Hāna residents free at Helene Hall ( Right) for a school assembly at Hāna School, and in a free community presentation on Moloka‘i.

our Community and Schools !

Students The MACC has long trained teachers to use arts in the classroom to teach all subjects. From the Hawaiian storytelling project at Waihe‘e to the launching of Maui’s (and Hawai‘i’s) first arts-integrated public school, experience is showing time and again that the arts across the curriculum improves student learning.

Hawaiian Culture The MACC is deeply committed to Hawaiian culture, this year co-producing and presenting the premiere of the reconstruction of Kahekili Kahekili,, an original hula drama. An excerpt debuted in New York City, (Above) and toured the western US and the Hawaiian islands. For many audiences, this was an enlightening first experience with authentic hula and Hawaiian culture. Next stop: the European stages!

Schools

MACC brings the performers into our schools:

Shanghai Quartet provided a lecture / demonstration for music students at Maui High. (R)

Seniors

Hapa performed for the student body of Lokelani Intermediate in Kihei. (L)

Kaunoa, Alu Like, Hale Makua, and other senior centers participate in MACC programs to bring our kupuna and artists together.

Huun Huur Tu, singers & musicians from Tuva, lunch with kupuna fans after a daytime program. (L)

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Willie “Kalikimaka”

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SAT • DEC 13 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

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The incomparable Willie Kahaiali‘i - “Uncle Willie K” - is an amazingly multi-talented, wide-ranging singer and guitarist who has long been held in esteem for his energetic and eclectic live performances! As a special Christmas concert treat for fans old and new, he and the Kahaiali’i ‘ohana present their own special brand of holiday magic in an exciting evening full of favorites and new surprises. Tickets • $12 • $28 • $37

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Jake Shimabukuro

Keali‘i Reichel & Maui Pops Orchestra

SAT • JAN 24 • 7:30 PM

SAT • JAN 17 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

CASTLE THEATER

Renowned for lightning-fast fingers and revolutionary playing techniques, Jake views his ‘ukulele as an “untapped source of music with unlimited potential.” To that end, his repertoire is just as likely to include jazz, blues, classical, bluegrass, folk, flamenco and rock! This ‘ukulele virtuoso is a true phenomenon that has to be seen - and heard! - to be believed! Tickets • $12 • $28 • $37

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In an entirely new format this year, Keali‘i Reichel teams up with ‘a score or more’ of musicians from the Maui Pops Orchestra to showcase Maui musicianship as never before! Keali‘i is known both here on his home island and around the world for his work as a singer guitarist, and as a kumu hula with his acclaimed Hālau Ke‘alaokamaile. A unique program to support the hālau as they prepare for the Merrie Monarch competition. Not to be missed! Tickets • $12 • $45 • $55 • $65

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Na Leo Pilimehana SAT • MAR 28 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

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Hapa FRI • FEB 27 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

The slack-key guitar/vocal team of Barry Flanagan and Nathan Aweau create evocative island music that has made them a favorite of folks near and far. Like the Hawaiian Islands, Hapa’s sound is a fusion of influences: from the strummed ballads of old paniolo days to modern acoustic folk/rock to sweet contemporary mele. Add Charles Ka‘upu’s soul-stirring chant and the hula stylings of Malia Peterson, and it’s the recipe for one gorgeous evening! Tickets • $12 • $28 • $37

Their name translates as “voices blending together in warmth” and that is what Nālani Choy, Lehua Kalima Heine and Angela Morales have created, both as singers and as long-time friends. All three live ordinary lives as family women in their communities, but together they also write lyrics, compose music, perform and record on their own record label with 18 releases as ‘Nā Leo’ and 22 Nā Hoku Awards, one of the most popular female Hawaiian groups ever! Tickets • $12 • $28 • $37

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Willie K SAT • DEC 13 CASTLE THEATER

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Keali‘i Reichel & Maui Pops Orchestra SAT • JAN 17 CASTLE THEATER

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Jake Shimabukuro SAT • JAN 24 CASTLE THEATER

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Ho‘onanea Series

FRI • FEB 27 CASTLE THEATER

Brothers Cazimero SAT • MAY 2 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

The annual ‘Maui May Day’ concert continues at The MACC! The beautiful harmonies and showmanship of Robert and Roland Cazimero, matched with lovely hula, make for a grand Lei Day festivity with a pervasive spirit of aloha that lasts well beyond the evening’s entertainment! Tickets • $12 • $28 • $37

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Na Leo Pilimehana SAT • MAR 28 CASTLE THEATER

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Brothers Cazimero SAT • MAY 2 CASTLE THEATER

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Ku Mai Ka Hula: Hula Appears SAT • SEPT 13 • 1 PM • CASTLE THEATER

Third annual international hula competition featuring Japan hālau winners and hālau from Hawai‘i, presenting adult females and males in solo and group performances. The dancers compete in kahiko (traditional hula) and ‘auana (modern-day hula stylings), and there is a kūpuna ‘auana division for dancers 50 and older! Tickets • $25 This presentation can be an Add-On ticket to any package.

Hawai‘i Maoli Series

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SAT • OCT 11 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

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Returning home to the Castle from their national and Hawai‘i island tour, hula master Hōkūlani Holt and her hālau Pā‘ū O Hi‘iaka present the story of Maui’s great chief Kahekili in an original hula drama which includes chant, traditional hula kahiko, Hawaiian martial arts, and dramatic storytelling. Kahekili’s wildly successful premiere on this stage a year ago brings them back again by popular demand, for another compelling performance, like no other! Tickets • $12 • $25 • $40

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Ho‘oulu I Ka Na‘auao SAT • NOV 15 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

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Sonny Ching & Hālau Nā Mamo O Pu‘uanahulu present the reconstruction of this riveting epic masterpiece that tells of 3000 years of Hawaiian cultural and political history through chant, song, dance, video, and storytelling. Sonny Kahakuleilehua Haunu‘u Ching, a respected kumu hula and Merrie Monarch Festival winner, presents powerful choreography that reflects his dedication to living and preserving Hawaiian culture. Tickets • $12 • $25 • $40

Presentations of Authentic Hawaiian Cultural Arts

Hawai‘i Maoli

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Kahekili SAT • OCT 11 CASTLE THEATER

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Art of the Chanter

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Directed by Keali‘i Reichel, an extraordinary program featuring chant by kumu hula and Hawaiian practitioners from kūpuna to ‘ōpio. Some of these oli have not been heard for more than 100 years and have only recently been discovered in Hawaiian language newspapers… a chicken- skin experience and an historic occasion.

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Art of the Chanter SAT • MAY 16 CASTLE THEATER

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Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre SAT• SEPT 20 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

This world-renowned Native American company performs Cokata Upo! Come to the Center, a work which celebrates the culture of the Lakota people in traditional pow-wow dance, sacred songs, legends and creation stories, all narrated against a backdrop of spectacular video imagery. Powerful! Tickets • $12 • $22 • $32

Global Rhythms

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Te Vaka FRI • OCT 24 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

The vivacious, award-winning band Te Vaka (‘the canoe’) joins the traditional rhythms and dances of their Oceanic roots to the global music culture! Log drum rhythms and dance moves indigenous to Tokelau and Samoa are sparked by electric guitar and keyboards and fired up with world beat and funk grooves to give Te Vaka performances a uniquely modern Pan-Polynesian personality! Tickets • $12 • $30 • $40

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Salaam Ensemble

Music and Movement

THU • NOV 13 • 7:30 PM • McCOY STUDIO THEATER

from stages around the world!

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An ensemble of composers and master musicians performing Persian, Arabic, Turkish and Armenian music of the Near and Middle East – a dazzling array of world-renowned musicians who represent a variety of diverse countries, playing exotic and rare instruments! The musicians share stories about the music and instruments as well as some of their own personal experiences. Tickets • $27


ARTISTS

Angelique Kidjo

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Influenced by her West African homeland yet fluent in multiple languages and cultures, Angelique Kidjo mesmerizes audiences with her impassioned voice and striking stage presence. She is a muchcelebrated singer, composer, and performer who has won respect across international borders, from audiences, critics and fellow performers. As musician Peter Gabriel says: “Her spirit is irrepressible, and she brings life to everything she touches.” Tickets • $12 • $30• $47

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Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre SAT • SEP 20 CASTLE THEATER

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Poncho Sanchez

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TeVaka FRI • OCT 24 CASTLE THEATER

THU • APR 23• 7:30 PM CASTLE THEATER

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Infectious and joyous Latin rhythms, slathered with smokin’ R&B and soul sounds that is the product of Poncho Sanchez’s early musical experiences in 1960’s Los Angeles, spiced with the influence of the Afro-Cuban Latin jazz movement. This Grammy winning bandleader and drummer is guaranteed to get you movin’ to the beat!

Salaam Ensemble THU • NOV 13 M c COY THEATER

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Angelique Kidjo SAT • FEB 21 CASTLE THEATER

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Poncho Sanchez THU • APR 23 CASTLE THEATER

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THU • OCT 16 • 7:30 PM • CASTLE THEATER

“A beautiful blend of African and modern dance movement… Songs that rocked the house!” (LA Times ) “ Modern dance at its best. Exciting technique and challenging repertoire that provide food for the heart and mind.” (Honolulu Weekly ) “The strength of Lula Washington’s troupe is its ability to project drama and human connection through the dancing... touching and uplifting.” (Herald Examiner ) Tickets • $12 • $22 • $32

Dance Series

Michelle V. Agins • The New York Times • Redux

Dan c e

Lula Washington Dance Theatre

Dynamic dancers + Joyous invention = Inspiration in motion

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RubberbanDance Group THU • JAN 29 • 7:30 PM CASTLE THEATER

Montreal-based RubberbanDance features an extraordinary collection of world class dancers in a true hybrid of dance forms – the explosive physicality of hip-hop and the nuances and technique of contemporary ballet. Artistic directors Victor Quijada – street - smart and classically-trained, and ballet- trained Anne Plamondon create a mash-up of dance theatre, hiphop and ballet that fuse seamlessly in the pure joy of movement. Tickets • $12 • $22 • $32

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Mark Morris Dance Group

LINES Ballet

THU • FEB 19 • 7:30PM • CASTLE THEATER

SAT • FEB 28• 7:30PM • CASTLE THEATER

Praised as a refreshingly irreverent master, Mark Morris has earned his reputation as one of the world’s leading modern dance choreographers (both as a “bad boy” of modern dance and as a MacArthur “Genius” awardee ! ) MMDG challenges the dance world’s notions of the perfect body, presenting works set to anything from Bach to rock. The works inspire superlatives, and the accolades can not fail to note Morris’ “force of imagination” and ability to mix emotions… “intensely musical, insinuatingly sensual, fabulously funky.” (LA Times )

“The artistic equivalent of a shooting star.” ( LA Times ) Notes Dance Magazine “Audiences are drawn to King’s daring, skewed classicism, his arresting choice of music, his enveloping sensuality.” Internationally renowned Artistic Director Alonzo King is “one of the few bona fide visionaries in the ballet world today”, gushes the SF Chronicle . “His LINES Ballet company is beautiful and brilliant as only ballet can be.”

Chitresh Das & Jason Samuels Smith

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Lula Washington THU • OCT 16 CASTLE THEATER

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India Jazz Suites

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THU • JAN 29 CASTLE THEATER

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THU • MAR 19 • 7:30PM • CASTLE THEATER

Mark Morris Dance Group THU • FEB 19 CASTLE THEATER

A unique collaborative experience between two wildly diverse dance artists – one of India’s foremost Kathak masters and one of the world’s fastest and Emmy Award - winning tap dancers – who converge in the intricacies of each other’s footwork! The result is high entertainment which crosses all boundaries of age, race and culture. . . a blast of incredible speed and power, grace and beauty, epic storytelling, and the joy of dance. Both are traditionalists, yet both are innovators, and together they bring the house down!

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LINES Ballet SAT • FEB 28 CASTLE THEATER

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India Jazz Suites THU • MAR 19 CASTLE THEATER

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Jupiter Quartet

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THU • NOV 20 • 7:30 PM • Mc COY STUDIO THEATER

A particularly intimate chamber ensemble, named by Chamber Music of America as “best rising young string quartet”, features violinists Nelson Lee and Megan Freivogel, violist Liz Freivogel and cellist Daniel McDonough. The group’s name references the happiness and strength attributed to the Roman god Jupiter… and the reviews on this young quartet are indeed out of this world! “One of the strongest young string quartets in the country” (NY Sun) Other New York concert reviews remark on their intensity of spirit, sure to be their signature in an upcoming stellar career ! Tickets • $27

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Ebb & Flow Arts Ensemble

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SUN • NOV 23 • 5:00 PM • Mc COY STUDIO THEATER

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Robert Pollock, director Celebrating a decade of modern music presentation, E&FA presents the world premiere of a commissioned piece by Scandinavia’s leading composer, Per Norgard of Denmark, who will be on hand to describe his composition. Danish pianist Anne Marie Fjord Abilskov performs works by Norgard and Carl Nielsen, along with Hawai’i’s finest musicians, to present exciting New Music works.

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Leon Fleisher, piano

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SUN • JAN 25 • 5:00 PM • CASTLE THEATER

His musicianship is the stuff of legend, as is his personal story. Well on his way to a successful music career at 16, a rare neurological disease took the use of his right hand. Undeterred, Leon continued to play a piano repertoire for left hand only, and he became an inspirational teacher and conductor. Then, after years of unsuccessful treatment and the dire predictions of the medical professions, the use of his right hand returned! “(Leon Fleisher’s) comeback has catapulted him up next to Lance Armstrong as a symbol of the indomitable human spirit” (NY NY Times Times) Tickets • $12 • $30• $40 • $45

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Hawai‘i Opera Theatre:

Carmen

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Leon Fleisher piano

SUN • JAN 25 CASTLE THEATER

Georges Bizet 4

FRI • MAR 13 • 7:30 PM + SUN • MAR 15 • 2:00 PM • CASTLE THEATER

Escape to the mountains of Spain with Bizet’s Carmen… and surrender to the seductive power and fiery sensuality of the Temptress of Seville! One of the world’s most popular operas, the story is set in 1830’s Seville where a beautiful gypsy, free with her love, woos an inexperienced corporal, then moves on to the bullfighter... driving the soldier to rebellion, madness and murder. Love! Passion! Despair! All the operatic elements are there, including HOT’s sublime vocalists. Presented in French with English supertitles.

Hawai‘i Opera Theatre:

Carmen

FRI • MAR 13 SUN • MAR 15 CASTLE THEATER

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STYX FRI • OCT 10 • 7:30PM • CASTLE THEATER

They began as an artsy 70’s progressive rock band, then transformed into the arena rock band prototype in the early 80’s, known for grandiose tours and power-ballad hits ( “Lady,” “Come Sail Away,” “Renegade,” “Blue Collar Man,” “Fooling Yourself.” ) Now this legendary band is on the road again and bringing its litany of hits to a legion of loyal fans! Tickets • $55 • $65 • $75 • $85

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Kool & The Gang

Cecilio & Kapono

WED • OCT 15 • 7:30PM • CASTLE THEATER

SAT • NOV 22 • 7:30PM • CASTLE THEATER

Their special sound lives at the unique intersection of jazz, R&B, funk and pop, created by the same core of players for over thirty years: Robert “Kool” Bell, his brother Khalis Bayyan, Dennis “DT” Thomas and George “Funky” Brown. “I Want to Take You Higher,” “Funky Stuff,” “Jungle Boogie,” “Ladies’ Night,” “Celebration,” “Get Down on It,” “Steppin’ Out,” “Hi De Hi, Hi De Ho,” “Cherish,” “Stone Love”… Celebrate the hits that have won two Grammy Awards, seven American Music Awards, 25 Top Ten R&B hits, nine Top Ten Pop hits, and 31 Gold and Platinum albums! Wow!

Together for 35 years ! “C & K” as they are fondly known, have won lasting stature on the contemporary Hawaiian music scene as well as in the hearts of their audiences. Between the two, Cecilio Rodriguez and Henry Kapono have released more than 20 albums and received eighteen Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards as both duo and solo artists. Their unique blend of Hawaiian and folk/rock harmonies bring those “Back In The Day” memories home!.

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Béla Fleck & the Flecktones SUN • NOV 30 • 5 PM • CASTLE THEATER

Béla Fleck is considered the premier banjo player in the world, and one of the most innovative and prolific pickers who demonstrates the versatility of his instrument with music from traditional bluegrass to progressive jazz, pop, country and world music (and has been nominated for Grammy awards in all ! ) Béla and the Flecktones, comprised of FutureMan Royel, Victor Wooten and Jeff Coffin, promise a zesty fusion of music… and a rollicking good time!

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Music Artists from multiple genres

Kool & The Gang

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Diana Krall

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The Grammy Award-winning sensation whose cool, heavylidded vocals and strikingly sensitive piano playing transcend the boundaries of genre on her stellar career path, with cross-over success as a popular artist who also enjoys an eminent position at the top of the Jazz lists.

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SAT • OCT 25 • 7:30 PM + SUN • OCT 26 • 4 PM M cCOY STUDIO THEATER

Election year antics from Maui’s own Lee Cataluna! Set in Hilo, newly-elected mayor Lester Perez is not too bright, but his administrative assistant/second-incommand/mistress Sandralene Leialoha Ferreira tries to keep him in line with the aid of her gangster cousin Dukie. The hilarious action takes us from the mayor’s office to Jazzmin’s Karaoke Bar and Washerette, complete with wacky assassination attempts and bad plate lunches. Tickets $20

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Home: Inside & Out SAT • JAN 31 • 7:30 PM • McCOY STUDIO THEATER

Through hula, music and narrative the audience sees the world through the eyes of three young Hawaiians, born and raised on three different islands, who have come together in Honolulu. A series of vignettes explores the connections to Home in the deepest sense of belonging and identity, within the backdrop of place, family, friends, values and emotions. Featuring Lono Padilla of Maui, Robert Ke’ano Ka’upu of Hawai’i Island, and Chadwick Pang of O’ahu - all of whom are hulatrained, musically-educated and firmly grounded in Hawai’i. Tickets $20 Made possible through The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian Visual and Expressive Arts Program through a generous gift from The Ford Foundation.


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Augie T SAT • MAR 14 7:30 PM • McCOY

Da Braddahs

Local Voices

STUDIO THEATER

FRI • FEB 6 • 7:30 PM McCOY STUDIO THEATER

James Roche and Tony Silva make up this loco local duo that has been making Hawai‘i people ‘jus buckaloose’ laughing for years with their pidginstyle comedy skits and cast of only-in-the-islands characters: a resurrected Don Ho; Samoan faddah/ son tree-trimmers; hapless cops; a flagrant ‘kumu’ & his cuz. Da Braddahs just have fun acting nuts, and they want you to come along with them all the way: gigglin’ & snickerin’ & bustin’ out the laffs out loud! Tickets $25

On the radio, TV or live onstage, there’s no doubt that da kine local comedian Augie Tulba is one funny guy! Augie T was named “Best,” “Favorite,” and “Funniest” comedian by Honolulu Magazine, Honolulu Weekly, and Honolulu Star Bulletin, respectively, and has won two Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards and a Hawai‘i Music award for his comedy recordings. It seems the votes are in: Augie T is one funny guy! Tickets: $25

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Frank DeLima FRI • APR 3 • 7:30 PM McCOY STUDIO THEATER

One of the Islands’ most popular and beloved comedians who entertains all generations with his silly parodies, zany characters and spontaneous wit. Frank personifies and celebrates Hawai‘i’s diverse cultures, and integrates it all into his “Chop Suey Nation” skits. Classic islandstyle comedy! Tickets: $25

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Hōkū Zuttermeister and Napua Greig

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Two Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winners: Best Male Vocalist and Best Female Vocalist of 2008 on one stage! A rising star in falsetto and guitar, Hōkū won this latest of his five Awards for the album Āina Kūpuna, on which he fully demonstrates his enormous vocal range and versatile instrumentation. Nāpua – a kumu hula, kahiko dancer, and now recording artist, won the award for her debut album Pihana, an homage to traditional Hawaiian values blended with her own contemporary tastes. Nāpua and Hōkū perform both separately and together this evening, for one amazing show! Tickets • $30

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Makana SAT • FEB 14 Mc COY THEATER

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Sam and Howard Ahia FRI • MAR 6 Mc COY THEATER

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SAT • FEB 14 • 7:30 PM McCOY STUDIO THEATER

Mele

One of the hottest young musical artists to emerge from Hawai’i, on both the slack key and world music charts! A protégé of some of Hawai‘i’s slack key greats, he is considered a pioneer in his own style of contemporary world rock and has released four highly acclaimed and diverse albums; in fact, his self-titled debut album was voted “Best World Music Album” at the Hawai’i Music Awards. Makana has opened for big acts like Sting and Santana, and received roars of approval! Tickets • $30

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Another legendary family in MACC’s Generations series, showing how the flame of Hawai‘i’s traditions are passed from one generation to the next. This program features singer/songwriter/guitarists Sam Ahia and his son Howard Ahia, known for mellow melodious renditions of favorite songs, as well as beautiful original tunes with messages of love and life that keep audiences hanging on every word and every note. Tickets • $25

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“Year of the Hula” Film Festival 2008 has been named Year of the Hula for the County of Maui and MACC presents outstanding hula films to pay tribute. A must-see for anyone who loves hula! At each screening, a special guest speaker will give a perspective of the film topics. • McCoy Studio Theater • Tickets • $12 1

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Nā Kamalei: The Men of Hula Kumu Hula: A Tradition of Teachers

Ka Po‘e Hula Hawai‘i Kahiko ( The Hula People of Old Hawai‘i )

SUN • SEP 14 • 3:00 PM

SUN • DEC 7 • 3:00 PM

Hula Film Festival SUN • SEP 14 SUN • DEC 7 Mc COY THEATER

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Maui ‘Ukelele Festival SUN • OCT 19 ON THE LAWN

Festivals

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Storytelling Festival SAT • NOV 1 ON THE LAWN

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Storytelling Festival SAT • NOV 1 • 3:00 PM

The art of storytelling is celebrated as one of the authentic traditional cultural art forms of Hawai’i. Storytellers present legends and contemporary tales, highlighted with the use of props and through the voice, in dramatic interpretation, mele or poetic form. Maui keiki will also present stories developed through MACC education program. FREE!

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3 rd Annual Maui ‘Ukulele Festival

Kī Hō‘alu Festival SUN • JUN 28 ON THE LAWN

SUN • OCT 19 • 2:00 PM ON THE LAWN

Spread a blanket out and enjoy a full afternoon of music, featuring some of the islands’ favorite ‘ukulele players! FREE and fun for the family! Workshops and door prizes too!

Maui Film Festival CandleLight Café & Cinema WEDS • 5:00 PM + 7:30 PM CASTLE THEATER

“Entertainment that enlightens” Weekly screenings of intriguing films selected by festival founders Barry & Stella Rivers

18th Annual Kī Hō‘alu Festival

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FirstLight Film Festival

SUN • JUN 28 • 2:00 PM ON THE LAWN

DEC 17-30 • 2008

The ever-favorite, long-standing Maui music event! An all-afternoon, all-star line-up of Hawai‘i’s best slack key guitar musicians! Bring the whole ‘ohana … it’s FREE!

Best-of-the-year and Academy-Awardworthy films to add sparkle to the holidays!

Maui Film Festival at Wailea and the MACC JUN 11 - 14 • 2009

The annual summer film extravaganza with a bounty of special events and celebrity sightings!


The Inspired Line:

A program of ExhibitsUSA, a natonal

Albrecht Dürer & Rembrandt van Rijn

division of Mid-America Arts Alliance & The National Endowment

From the Thrivent Financial Collection of Religious Art

for the Arts.

Ex hibit s

This traveling exhibition offers a rare opportunity to view 40 original works in etching, woodcut and engraving by two renowned masters.

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REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN R IJN St. Jerome Reading 1634 • etching

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A LBRECHT D ÜRER St. Jerome Penitent in the Wilderness • c. 1496 • engraving

Images courtesy of ExhibitsUSA

SEP 9 OCT 19 SEP 9

OCT 19

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Continuing Lines:

Jean Charlot, Paul Mullowney, Artemio Rodriguez A contemporary survey of printmaking: 20th century French artist Jean Charlot, Maui artist Paul Mullowney, and Artemio Rodriguez of Mexico. ARTEMIO RODRIGUEZ • Triumph of Death • woodcut print

Visual Arts presentations to invite inspiration, observation

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and interaction.

9 th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition NOV 6 - DEC 14 • 2008

A popular exhibit demonstrating how artists creatively handle the challenge of space and scale dictated by the size of an ordinary shoebox. Featuring 82 small sculptures by artists from Hawai’i and around the world, organized by the University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery.

WAYNE H UDSON Starlight Drive Inn Theater mixed media

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JAN 6 - FEB 22 • 2009

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MACC’s signature triennial: a prestigious statewide juried exhibition that has become a showcase of outstanding Hawai‘i artists and a chronicle of the changing face of our community. The selected explorations in portraiture include a broad range of interpretation and styles – from representational to experimental in drawing, painting and sculpture – all of which reveal the essence of human connection. Schaefer Portrait Challenge 2006 • montage (detail)

Crosscurrents:

Jun Kaneko & David Kuraoka

Exhibits

MAR 15 - APR 30 • 2009

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Continuing Lines

Celebrating the Artist In Us

SEP 9 - OCT 19

MAY 10 - 24 • 2009

JUN KANEKO • Bonze • cast bronze

D AVID KURAOKA • Momona • patinated bronze

Two solo exhibits featuring artists of the ceramic revolution who share a long friendship and a love of clay. Kaneko explores a broad range of media including drawing, painting, ceramic and glass. Kuraoka will present a variety of work with glazed porcelain, tile, pitfired clay, and patinated bronze.

This annual event gives Maui high school students an opportunity to show their work in a world-class gallery, and gives the community a chance to see what is on the minds of our youth! Gallery visitors will be offered a chance to leave a message for artists on the ‘comment wall.’

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C ARMEN GARDNER Chioko • (detail) watercolor

Celebrating the Artisit In Us MAY 10-24

• JUNE 7 - JULY 5 • 2009

Schaefer

Jun Kaneko & David Kuraoka MAR 15 - APR 30

Haiku School 5th Grade Student Collaboration • recycled materials

Celebrating its 31st year in exhibiting Maui’s extraordinary growing community of visual artists, Art Maui brings forward a wide range of contemporary work, including drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media and digital technology in this popular annual juried exhibition.

Schaefer Portrait Challenge JAN 6 - FEB 22

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Art Maui

International Shoebox Sculpture NOV 6 - DEC 14

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The Inspired Line

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Art Maui JUNE 7 - JULY 6

( Free! )

International Gallery


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SUBSCRIBER INFORMATION Ms. / Miss / Mrs. / Mr. / Mr.& Mrs. ____________________________________________________ Mailing Address ____________________________________________________________________ City / State / Zip ____________________________________________________________________ Phone: Home _______________________________ Work _________________________________ Email _____________________________________________Cell ____________________________ PAYMENT OPTIONS

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Mezzanine Level

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McCoy Studio Theater Seating All Seats

SERIES

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HO‘ONANEA • 6 performances!

Orch • Mezz

$ 217.50

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$ 105.00

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GLOBAL RHYTHMS • 5 performances!

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$ 163.50

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LOCAL VOICES • 5 performances!

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$ 77.00

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ROCKIN’ POPPIN’ • 5 performances!

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MAILE CLUB •

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hands-on gallery tours for students in

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‘Ō hi ‘a

• $110 All ‘Ilima benefits plus… Additional donor card Waived phone fee on ticket orders 10% discount & advance ticket buying privileges on up to four tickets to selected events* • Benefits at O‘ahu’s Contemporary Museum and Hawai‘i Island’s Volcano Art Center • • • •

Kukui

• $275 ($270 tax deductible) ¯ • All ‘Ohi‘a benefits plus… • Members behind-the-scenes tour (please allow advance notice)

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• $550 ($480 tax deductible) All Kukui benefits plus… Waived parking fees for events Invitation-only exhibit walk-through with artist or curator 10% discount and advance ticket buying privileges on up to eight tickets to selected events* One complimentary 4-hour use of a meeting room

Maile • • • •

• $1,250 ($1,140 tax deductible) All Silversword benefits plus… Designated parking for A&B Amphitheater events Priority ticket handling and access to Box Seats** Invitation to annual Maile Reception

Naupaka

• $2,500 ($2,385 tax deductible) • All Maile benefits plus . . . • Reserved table in Yokouchi Founders’ Court for pre-show activities • Charging privileges at the bar before and during intermission at Castle Theater shows • Set of original notecards

Koa • • • • •

• $5,000 ($4,805 tax deductible) All Naupaka benefits plus… Catalog from one Gallery exhibit Set of two beverage mugs with club logo Reserved parking for premier events Invitation to exclusive Chairman’s Annual Dinner

Sandalwood • • • •

• $10,000 ($9,785 tax deductible) All Koa benefits plus . . . Table service at reserved table for pre-show activities Reserved parking for all events Personalized benefits package

Kauila

• $25,000 ($22,405 tax deductible) • All Sandalwood benefits plus . . . • Reception or backstage greeting with a visiting artist • Full-page ad in the house program for one performance (for your company or the charity of your choice) • Complimentary theater seat plaque • Two complimentary round trip limo rides (maximum of 8 people) between your home and the MACC with Arthur’s Limousine Service, and 25% off all future transportation services with Arthur’s

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2008-2009 SEASON

SEASON CALENDAR

At a glance...

SEP

SPONSORS OCT PUBLIC SUPPORT

2008

Performance

Ticket Price

Venue

Sat, Sept 13, 1:00 pm

Kū Mai Ka Hula

25

Castle

Sun, Sept 14, 3:00 pm

Hula Film Festival part

12

McCoy

Sat, Sept 20, 7:30 pm

Lakota Sioux Dance Theatre

32, 22, 12

Castle

Sat, Oct 11, 7:30 pm

Kahekili

40, 25, 12

Castle

Fri, Oct 10, 7:30 pm

STYX

85, 75, 65, 55

Castle

Wed, Oct 15, 7:30 pm

Kool & The Gang

85, 75, 65, 55

Castle

Thu, Oct 16, 7:30 pm

Lula Washington Dance Theatre

32, 22, 12

Castle

Sun, Oct 19, 2:00 pm

‘Ukulele Festival

FREE

Lawn

Fri, Oct 24, 7:30 pm

NOV FOUNDATION & BUSINESS SUPPORT

Te Vaka

40, 30, 12

Castle

Sat, Oct 25, 7:30 pm Sun, Oct 26, 4:00 pm

Kumu Kahua Theatre Da Mayah

20

McCoy

Sat, Nov 1, 3:30 pm

Storytelling Festival

FREE

Lawn

Thu, Nov 13, 7:30 pm

Salaam Ensemble

27

McCoy

Sat, Nov 15, 7:30 pm

Ho‘oulu I Ka Na‘auao

40, 25, 12

Castle

Jupiter Quartet

27

McCoy

Thu, Nov 20, 7:30 pm Fine Wine IMPORTS

The Charles Engelhard Foundation

DEC

Sat, Nov 22, 7:30 pm

Cecilio & Kapono

37, 28, 12

Castle

Sun, Nov 23, 5:00 pm

Ebb & Flow Ensemble

25

McCoy

Sun, Nov 30, 5:00 pm

Béla Fleck

55, 35, 12

Castle

Sat, Dec 6, 7:30 pm

Hōkū Zuttermeister & Nāpua Grieg

30

McCoy

Sun, Dec 7, 3:00 pm

Hula Film Festival part 2

12

McCoy

Sat, Dec 13, 7:30 pm

Willie Kalikimaka

37, 28, 12

Castle

2009 The Rev. Takie Okumura Family Fund

JAN

FEB Performing Arts Presenters of Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i Association of Music Societies

MEDIA SUPPORT

MAR

APR

Sat, Jan 17, 7:30 pm

Keali’i Reichel / Maui Pops

65, 55, 45, 12

Castle

Sat, Jan 24, 7:30 pm

Jake Shimabukuro

37, 28, 12

Castle

Sun, Jan 25, 5:00 pm

Leon Fleisher

45, 40, 30, 12

Castle

Thu, Jan 29, 7:30 pm

RubberbanDance

32, 22, 12

Castle

Sat, Jan 31, 7:30 pm

Home: Inside & Out

20

McCoy

Fri, Feb 6, 7:30 pm

Da Braddahs

25

McCoy

Sat, Feb 14, 7:30 pm

Makana

30

McCoy

Thu, Feb 19, 7:30 pm

Mark Morris

47, 27, 12

Castle

Sat, Feb 21, 7:30 pm

Angelique Kidjo

47, 30, 12

Castle

Fri, Feb 27, 7:30 pm

Hapa

37, 28, 12

Castle

Sat, Feb 28, 7:30 pm

LINES Ballet

42, 27, 12

Castle

Sam & Howard Ahia

25

McCoy

Fri, Mar 13, 7:30 pm Sun, Mar 15, 2:00 pm

Hawai‘i Opera Theatre Carmen

135, 75, 55, 30, 12

Castle

Sat, Mar 14, 7:30 pm

Augie T

25

McCoy

Thu, Mar 19, 7:30 pm

Chitresh Das/Jason Samuels Smith

37,22,12

Castle

Sat, Mar 21, 7:30 pm

Diana Krall

150, 125, 85, 65, 55

Castle

Sat, Mar 28, 7:30 pm

Nā Leo Pilimehana

37, 28, 12

Castle

Frank DeLima

25

McCoy

Fri, Mar 6, 7:30 pm

Fri, Apr 3, 7:30 pm Thu, Apr 23, 7:30 pm

COMMUNITY PARTNERS Lāna‘i Arts Center

MAY Hāna Arts

‘O Hina i ka Malama, Moloka‘i

Happy New Year !

Poncho Sanchez

40, 30, 12

Castle

Sat, May 2, 7:30 pm

Brothers Cazimero

37, 28, 12

Castle

Sat, May 16, 7:30 pm

Art of the Chanter

40, 25, 12

Castle

Sun, Jun 28, 2:00 pm

Kī Hō‘alu Festival

FREE

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