Check out this awesome article in West Hawaii Today’s Newspaper (12/14/2017) highlighting our upcoming Joy to the World Concert. We are grateful for West Hawaii Today and Karen Rose for the write-up. This upcoming concert is truly a delight for our community every year. “We need performing arts to unify us, to bring joy,” said […]
The Kona Choral Society is in the news with a nice write-up about our SPARK! Music Camp! You’ll find the article printed in the Big Island Entertainment Scene supplement of today’s (April 28th 2017th) West Hawaii Today newspaper. You can also read the article here or in the e-edition of the publication here on page 10. Mahalo […]
This past spring break the Kona Choral Society’s youth and children’s chorus program held their 2nd ever SPARK! Music Camp for children grades K-8. The free three-day camp was held from 8am to 12 pm each day at Kealakehe Intermediate School. The 64 child participants represented twelve different local schools: Kealakehe, Konawaena, KPPCS, Innovations, Holualoa, […]
It was, it was, it was on May 17th as the Kona Choral Society, under the inspired baton of Maestra Susan McCreary Duprey burst forth in “Riversong.” “Sing and dance,” urged the chorus, “let your hearts be gay, let the sound of the river take you away.” The 25th Anniversary Concert was a celebration, of […]
“Wow’d Crowd Cheers Aloud” the headlines might have said after the March 28th performance by the Stanford Chamber Chorale. The concert, a joint presentation with the Kona Choral Society, brought the world-renown Stanford University’s most select choir of 24 voices to Hale Halawai. The enthusiastic audience heard four types of choral music: the early classical […]
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Musical society debuts new name, logo, in 2014 The Kona Music Society, in celebration of their 25th anniversary, has rebranded with a new logo and a name change. Now called the Kona Choral Society, the community choral company has realigned their image with their foundational roots. “Our name didn’t define who we are,” said […]
The granddaughter of Kona Music Society’s Tenor, Stephen Cline, practicing the Gloria from the MISA CRIOLLA. She’s four and can read neither the words nor music, but as you can tell, she loves to sing! We look forward to having you sing in the adult chorus one day in the future, Charlotte!