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FRONTLINE
Children of Syria

 

Follow four children surviving in war-torn Aleppo and their escape to a new life in Germany. The program films the family over three years, from the siege of their city to the kidnapping of their father to the struggle of becoming refugees.

 

NA MELE
Sean Na‘auao & Friends

Sean Na‘auao & Friends perform on Na Mele

 

Air date: Mon., Feb. 1, 7:30 pm

 

In this vintage performance, Sean Na’auao is joined by good friends Joe Uahinui on guitar and vocals, Jack Ofoia on bass and vocals and Bobo Butries on percussion. Keola and Kapua Dalire, daughters of the late kumu hula Aloha Dalire, and Na’auao’s sisters-in-law, provide hula artistry.

 

 

HAWAIIAN AIRLINES PRESENTS:
NA MELE – Tony Conjugacion

HAWAIIAN AIRLINES PRESENTS: NA MELE Tony Conjugacion

 

Tony Conjugacion pays tribute to his musical influences in this special. This kanikapila is a historic occasion captured by the cameras in the PBS Hawaii studio.

 

NA MELE
George Winston (Plays Slack Key)

 

This vintage episode presents a rare solo slack key concert with George Winston, best known the world over for his evocative piano music, musical interpretations of the ever-changing seasons of his childhood Montana home. But ki ho’alu, slack key guitar music, has been his passion for many years. In this NA MELE classic, Winston performs his “Montana-ized” versions of such slack key classics as: “Sweet Lei Mamo,” by Charles Hopkins, “None Hula,” by Lena Machado and Leonard Kwan’s “Nahe Nahe.”

 

 

NA MELE
Ukulele 2002: A Weekend with the Masters

Ukulele 2002: A Weekend with the Masters

 

Air date: Mon., July 20, 7:30 pm

 

This episode of NA MELE is a special 12th anniversary encore of an event recorded in 2002, featuring some of Hawai’i Music Institute’s teaching staff, including Melveen Leed, Byron Yasui, Brother Noland and Ku’uipo Kumukahi.

 

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