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  1. Evening Concert

    09.21 / 22:46 hpr2.org Hpr2.org - Hawaii
    Weekdays at 6pm on HPR-2 Evening Concert gives listeners a chance to unwind through the pau hana hours. You'll enjoy classic performances, along with weather updates and musical birthdays and anniversaries. HOSTS: Craig DeSilva (Monday-Wednesday) is glad to be playing recorded music on the air instead of playing for a live audience on stage as did when he studied piano. He began piano lessons when he was a child and continued piano studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (where he m…
  2. Classical Pacific September 21, 2017

    09.21 / 22:46 hpr2.org Hpr2.org - Hawaii
    Welcome to Classical Pacific for Thursday, September 21, 2017. Host: John Kalani Zak. Today we’ll hear “Fairy Tale” by Josef Suk. We’ll also hear “Summer Evening” by Zoltan Kodaly as well as music by Mozart, Shostakovich, Rachmaninoff, and Brahms. Classical Pacific airs at 3 PM Hawaii time on HPR 2 - your home for classical music. So, here’s a question and it’s not rhetorical one: What does music mean to you in your life? How and when to you listen to music? And, most important, how does it…
  3. Culture & Commerce in Hawaiʻi's Tourism Industry

    09.21 / 22:46 hpr2.org Hpr2.org - Hawaii
    Culture and commerce are often seen as forces in conflict. But here in Hawaiʻi, the culture is one of the driving forces of the state’s largest commercial sector – tourism. This week, HPR takes a closer look at tourism as part of our series - Travelling Money: Managing Hawai’i’s Tourism Future. HPR reporter Ku’uwehi Hiraishi looks at the role of Hawaiian culture in the future of tourism…
  4. In Devastated Dominica, 'Hams' Become Vital Communications Link

    09.21 / 22:46 hpr2.org Hpr2.org - Hawaii
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxioWrrT9vk When Hurricane Maria smashed into the tiny island of Dominica in the Eastern Caribbean earlier this week, phone service went down, virtually cutting off the island. But within hours, amateur radio operators got on the air and have been providing a vital link to the outside world. Speaking to ABS Television/Radio in his first interview since Maria made landfall, Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, on a visit Antigua, said at least 15…