SYMPHONY OF HAWAIIAN BIRDS
Learn About Hawaiian Birds Through Science, Music, & Art
Through a partnership with University of Hawaii, Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, and the Bishop Museum, The Symphony of Hawaiian Birds aims to educate elementary and secondary students of O‘ahu through science, music, and art to teach about Hawaii’s native bird species and the importance of conservation efforts. This project will culminate with an integrated educational performance by the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra at Blaisdell Concert Hall on the morning of Wednesday, May 9, consisting of original music, artwork, and animation, and narration will share with students about the many issues concerning Hawaiian birds.
What: Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra Educational Concert Date: May 9, 2018 Time: 9:30am-10:15am and 10:45am-11:30am Location: Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall Program: Six brand new compositions and videos/animations about Hawaiian birds created by local composers and artists.