Bay Area-based Hawaiian musicians Pūlama and Pili Moreno will weave solo, duo, and trio musical performances with dancers from Hula Manu‘Ō‘ō to create an evening of Hawaiian music and hula.
The duo Pūlama has recorded two well-received albums of traditional and original
Hawaiian music and has performed with Hawaiian musicians ranging from Cyril Pahinui
to the Bay Area’s own Patrick Landeza. Their close harmonies, featuring Jim Romano’s masterful slack-key guitar and rough-smooth tenor and Paula Rudman’s pure vocals, have won them a dedicated Bay Area following.
Pili Moreno is a traditional healer, teacher and ceremonialist as well as a gifted
singer, songwriter and guitarist who has performed with many musicians and hula
groups in Hawaii and on the mainland, including Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winners
Darlene Ahuna and Uluwehi Guerrero.
The award-winning Hula Manu‘Ō‘ō has been delighting Bay Area audiences for thirty years with its vibrant depictions of traditional Hawaiian stories. Artistic Director Pua Saunders trained with the legendary hula master, chanter, and Hawaiian culture bearer George Na‘ope.
Tickets are $15 and are available at the link below or at the door on the night of the show. Doors open one before show time. If you need more information, or have any questions, please call us at #510-654-3808.