The Maui Youth Philharmonic Orchestra's Annual Winter Concert is coming up on December 14th. Over twenty Maui students from eight local schools will be providing us with a wonderful performance. It's free to attend, for both adults and children. If you're thinking about buying Maui real estate and moving your family out here, education is probably on your mind. This concert is a great opportunity to learn more about what Maui has to offer to its students.
The Maui Youth Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 2005. This valuable non-profit works hard to develop the talents of Maui's youth through music. They are always finding ways to expand and enhance musical education opportunities throughout the island, for students of all skill levels.
Home-made crafts and goodies will be available for sale to help raise funds for the organization, so they can continue to do their good work in the community. Tax deductible donations can also be made at the event for additional support. It really is a good cause, but contributing is up to you. After all, there are a lot of wonderful organizations to support on the island. They are a big part of the reason why Maui living is so special.
As for the concert, it will feature student musicians playing strings, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. The guest artists include Richard Tadaki, Sue Nakama, Stephen Rodrigues, Tami Saito, Julius Galanto and WenLu Duffy. Below is a list of the songs that will be included in the performance.
The concert will be held on December 14th at 3pm at Baldwin High School in Wailuku. You can visit baldwinhs.k12.hi.us for more information. We hope you can make it, and that you enjoy the musical skills and talents of Maui's wonderful youth. Mahalo for reading this week, and happy holidays!
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