Do It: Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra, ‘Classified,’ D-Lite
By Star-Advertiser Staff
Jan. 4, 2018
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COURTESY HAWAI’I SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra will bring the magic of Disney to music and film lovers this weekend with “A Dream is a Wish,” a program featuring music from classics including “Frozen,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Lion King” and “Beauty and the Beast.” Clips from the films will be projected over the orchestra while it performs, with tunes sung by a quartet of professional singers with Broadway or touring credentials.
COURTESEY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART
The topic of surveillance will be explored in artistic and intellectual ways during “Classified,” a weeklong series of panel discussions, films and workshops at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Doris Duke Theatre.
The Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra renews its tradition of debuting new, cross-cultural works on Sunday with the world premiere of “Eastern Light,” a concerto for Western flute and the lutelike Chinese pipa by noted Chinese composer Chen Yi.
Korean pop artist D-Lite will perform at the Hawaii Theatre this weekend.