The Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds is a place-based interdisciplinary program that brings together science, music, art, dance, and education to tell the story of our endangered Hawaiian birds. Featuring original compositions, animations, hula, artwork, and lesson plans for teachers and students, the Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds has already been performed for over 10,000 people on O‘ahu.
This is the first time this concert will be performed on a neighbor island and we are bringing 50 UH Wind Ensemble members over to Kaua‘i! The performances are free to the public and we have received grant money to help pay for school buses for the Monday shows. We will have informational booth in the lobby and do some fundraising with art pieces donated by various local artists. Stay tuned for more! We are looking forward to seeing you all there!
Registration for the school concert is now closed.
There are still a few remaining seats for the 10:45-11:30am concert if any homeschool families/communities are interested in attending. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about seating availability.
Symphony T-shirts now Available
We also just launched a Bonfire T-shirt campaign. This is a great way to show your support, by wearing one of our newly designed t-shirts at the performance. You can get your t-shirt from the Bonfire Website.