Join Susan McCreary Duprey and the Windward Choral Society as they present their
9th Annual Spring Concert, Requiem for the Living.

This work (by a very young composer, by the way) taps into that grieving process in a profound way: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Requiem for the Living has it all, and is written for us in the here and now. The Hawaiian songs which begin our concert, Ku‘u Pua I Paoaokalani, Palehua, and Nani Ko‘olau,
start us off right here on O‘ahu.

Along with our 100-voice chorus, we are excited to be joined by an orchestra of 20 professional musicians, most of whom are members of our very own Hawaiʻi Symphony Orchestra. We welcome you to join us in this powerful musical journey and and we hope you can share your afternoon with us.

The concert will be held at the historic Kawaiaha‘o Church at
4:00 pm on Sunday, June 4, 2017.

In keeping with their mission, this is a FREE concert to the public, though there will be a calabash offering to help offset the costs of the performance.

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