Early Hawaii Musicarly Music Hawaii is a nonprofit organization established to promote the performance and enjoyment of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music in our Islands, and to explore historical performance practices. We seek to encourage performers and audiences by 

publicizing concerts and workshops in Hawai'i and to provide a forum for groups and individuals interested in early music. Modest membership dues and voluntary contributions sustain these efforts and this website. When rare opportunities arise to bring leading international performers to the islands, additional sponsorships are welcome.


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  The popular ensemble Ciaramella returns to Hawaii in March with Liederbuch - Dancing Through the Songbooks of Renaissance Germany, a new program of instrumental arrangements of works from Isaac to Praetorius. Directors Adam and Rotem Gilbert lead the five musicians playing on recorders, shawms, bagpipes, gamba, lute, guitar & hurdy-gurdy.
The performance in Kailua-Kona will be followed by a recorder workshop with the Gilberts. For more information & tickets, click here:

Hawaii 2018 Recorder Workshop
March 11-13, 2018
For Information, Go to Ciaramella on Events Page, click here