Dorian Wood / Kaumakaiwa Kanaka’ole - Saturday, August 5, 2017 - Grand Performances


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Dorian Wood - Entre Les Étoiles (Among the Stars)
Defying gender and geography, Dorian Wood awakens souls with a haunting voice and distinctive interpretations of “The Singing Nun” Jeannine Decker’s oeuvre.

Kaumakaiwa Kanakaole
Touted as the voice of Hawai‘i’s new generation, genre-crossingKaumakaiwa Kanakaole fluidly weaves traditional chants into timeless melodies. Together the artists present an affecting evening of talent, charisma and deft performance.

*First Peoples, New Voices series:
Saturday, Jul 1 | Hip Hop: First Peoples, New Voices
Friday, Jul 7 | The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse
Saturday, Jul 22 | Her Voice: Riffat Sultana I Meklit I Tonya, Layla Locklear & Kin

*This two-year series features extraordinary artists from various North American Indigenous communities who use contemporary music, dance, and theater to share their compelling stories.

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