Chamber Music Hawai‘i presents our three resident ensembles in concert annually during a season that spans September through May. Our year round inter-island education and community engagement program sends our ensembles out for over 30 services to schools, retirement communities, and community centers on O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, Kaua‘i, Lana‘i, and Hawai‘i Island.

The regular presentation of works with unusual or not-often-heard instrumentation, such as Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat and the Schubert Octet is possible thanks to our Tresemble possibilities.

What is chamber music?

Chamber music can be an elusive term for even the most seasoned concertgoer. Listen to Chamber Music Hawai‘i musicians and board members as we try to tackle the question: What is chamber music? And in the process, we hope to inspire you to attend a concert to seek out your own answer.

Special thanks to cinematographer Gerard Elmore. Mahalo to composers Michael-Thomas Foumai and Thomas Osborne, whose original music is featured in the video.

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