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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William Shakespeare
April 26, 1564 - April 23, 1616


             A Shakespeare Finale

 The final performances of the EMH 2015-2016 season celebrate William Shakespeare on the 4th centenary of his death in April 1616.

The season's title of Musica Poetica returns to the theme of Bridging the Centuries, pairing music of the Bard's own time composed for the songs in his plays with modern variations, & includes love songs based on those of the medieval poet Petrarch & the Old Testament Song of Songs.

The EMH Chamber Choir performs in Honolulu on April 2nd & Kailua-Kona on April 9th.  For more information, go to the Events page.

  Mahalo for your continuing support.