On this episode of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawaiʻi, watch a compilation of memorable student stories from the program’s most recent Winter round of shows.
Take a trip down memory lane with the group that the musical, Jersey Boys was based on. This new concert features hits like “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” and “Sherry.”
Watch one of the great moments in rock and roll history as Elvis performs some of the best music of his life. Taped in Burbank, California, this television special — his first —was a brilliant milestone for Elvis and saved his career. It was NBC’s biggest network ratings victory that year, proving that once and for all, Elvis was the “King of Rock and Roll.”
HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawai‘i has established itself as a diverse, relevant and engaging platform for Student Voices through its digital story premieres on PBS Hawai‘i’s YouTube channel.
We humbly ask you to join us on Monday, June 5 at 7:30 pm, as we broadcast a live pledge program from the Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Studio. The 90-minute Nā Mele program will feature the iconic Mākaha Sons at the picturesque House Without a Key at Waikīkī’s Halekulani.
Grab a front-row seat at the legendary band’s A Head Full Of Dreams tour, which played to over five million fans across five continents and featured spectacular staging of their greatest hits, including “Fix You,” “Yellow,” and “In My Place.” Filmed over two nights at Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil.
Enjoy the songs of the internationally beloved tenor’s 2020 album recorded on location in Malta. Selections performed include “Gratia Plena,” a duet with Cecilia Bartoli, and new interpretations of “Ave Maria” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”
Santana Live at the US Festival takes us back to 1982, when Carlos Santana and band took the stage in San Bernardino, California for an electrifying performance, playing the hits “Black Magic Woman,” “Evil Ways,” “Oye Cómo Va,” and many others.
Join us for our first live pledge show from our new home in Kalihi as we showcase Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winner Josh Tatofi sharing his music at the iconic House Without A Key at Halekulani in Waikīkī.
Join the band that embodies “Americana” for a concert with songs by Bob Dylan and from the groundbreaking album Will the Circle Be Unbroken, a multi-artist, multi-generational, three-disc 1972 masterpiece. Recorded in September 2022 at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, it’s a night of hits, history and Dylan.
Burt Bacharach: A Life in Song is a concert by the late legendary songwriter, recorded in London in 2015. Live performances include “Walk On By,” “I Say a Little Prayer for You,” “What the World Needs Now,” “(They Long To Be) Close To You,” “The Look Of Love” and many more.
Travel expert Rick Steves sails beyond Europe for a one-hour special, Egypt: Yesterday and Today. Join Steves for an exploration of historic and cultural wonders, including the teeming metropolis of Cairo, the fabled city of Alexandria and the glories of the pharaohs in Luxor. He also brings viewers into a wonderland of back lanes and shops, meeting artisans, craft makers and vendors.
Enjoy the talent of Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva as she performs arias by Verdi, Puccini and more from the Baroque Library in Schussenried Cloister in southwest Germany accompanied by Julien Quentin on piano.
AMERICAN MASTERS: Little Richard explores the meteoric rise and enduring legacy of the rock and roll legend, including his far-reaching influence and his advocacy for the rights of Black artists in the music industry.
With a Japanese father and an American mother, the renowned sculptor Isamu Noguchi desired to create a cenotaph in Hiroshima in memory of the A-bomb victims. But his design was rejected, allegedly because of his American nationality. Materials from the project in the current European retrospective of his work encourage us to consider the meaning of peace at this time of division and conflict. The program presents fresh perspectives on his struggles to serve as a bridge between his 2 homelands.
Season 3 of Reel Wāhine of Hawai‘i showcases the often untold stories of Hawai‘i women filmmakers, celebrating the powerful and important work of pioneering women who paved the way to help build the local industry as well as new rising stars who continue to create groundbreaking work.
Four boulders in Waikīkī pay tribute to healers who brought their arts from Tahiti to Hawai‘i hundreds of years ago. A plaque commemorates the healers’ contributions, but fails to mention that they were mahu – people of dual male and female spirit. The Healer Stones of Kapaemahu tells the story of these healers and explores what happened to mahu as colonialism swept across the Pacific.
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