Aloha Concert Luncheon

SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2024

Sheraton Waikiki Ballrooms

The Aloha Concert Luncheon is an annual event that will feature Youth Symphony I, Youth Symphony II + Concert Orchestra Seniors, Jazz I & Jazz II. At the end of the luncheon, we will bid aloha to our graduating seniors with a senior recognition ceremony.

Seats & tables for the Aloha Concert Luncheon can be purchased here or using the button below. Sales will close on Friday, April 19, 2024. A seat must be purchased to attend the event and includes lunch, the performances and senior ceremony.

This year’s event was emceed by local celebrity Ben Gutierrez!

We hope you’ll join us next year for a great day of music and joy!  Mahalo!


10:30 am – Guest Check-in & Performance by Jazz II in the lounge area

11:30 am – Lunch

12:45 pm – Concert by YSII, YSI & Jazz I with special guest Amy Hānaiali‘i

2:30 pm – Aloha Senior Ceremony

2:45 pm – Event Ends

Special Guest:

Amy Hānaiali‘i

Amy Hānaiali’i’s success as a recording artist speaks for itself and is evidenced by a multitude of awards and acknowledgements, including 6 GRAMMY® nominations for Best Hawaiian Music Album & Best Native Roots Music Album.

Hanaiali’i’s talent emerges from a disciplined classical training, fused powerhouse vocals, and honoring her family’s worldly heritage and rooted ancestral responsibility.

Amy’s albums have garnered 18 Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards – Hawai’i’s equivalent to the GRAMMY® awards.

Amy has played for the Dalai Lama, two inaugural balls in D.C. for President Obama and is the first entertainer ever to perform in the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square, China. Amy has played for sold-out crowds in Europe, Japan and all across America and French Polynesia. Hānaiali’i’s Friends and Family album showcased a stunning duet with country music legend Willie Nelson. Alongside and recording with the best, Amy also has performed live and opened for renowned artists like Earth, Wind and Fire, Carlos Santana, Boz Scaggs, Diana Krall, Joe Cocker and many more.

She has played to sold-out shows at the following world-renowned venues: Blue Note Jazz Club New York and Japan, Feinstein’s/54 Below, Stern Grove, The Cutting Room, and numerous performances with Orchestras in Opera Houses worldwide.

Her diverse success and cultural responsibility, provide clear recognition by Hawai’i’s music community and fans with universal acceptance. All of Amy’s albums have validated commercial success by consistently placing her at the top of the World Album Billboard charts.

Amy sits on 3 Native Boards, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, Hawai`i Academy of Recording Arts and Hui O Wa`a Kaulua.

Aside from the music community, Amy has garnered accolades from the Pacific Business News as their “40 under 40 Business Person of the Year” award, recognizing not only her talent but also her business acumen needed to market her talent.

Recently, she has launched 3 vintages of wine under her wine company Hānaialiʻi Wines with her 2013 Merlot earning a 90 from Wine Spectator, The LA Wine Festival and 5 Gold medals.

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