Hawai’i’s revered and beloved kumu hula, singer, songwriter, and entertainer, Robert Cazimero, will continue his 35-year tradition of celebrating May Day in Waimea livestreaming exclusively on Kahilu.TV on Saturday, May 8 at 4:00 pm HST. As is tradition, Robert offers viewers a memorable evening of music, hula, and story telling.
Recognized throughout the world as a talented and influential ambassador of Hawaiian culture, Cazimero has performed traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music and dance throughout his life, both with his family and as a solo artist. As a skilled musician Robert has traveled the world blending his distinctive voice with impeccable talents while appearing on stages from Japan to Moscow, in venues from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl.
In between the music and dance numbers, Robert often shares heartfelt stories about growing up on Oahu and fond memories of his grandfather who lived in Kohala. Robert’s charismatic stage presents evokes many emotions for audience members of all ages as he shows his unparalleled ability to connect with the spectators and invite them on the journey of his life’s story. Having family roots on the Big Island, Robert’s performances often include a special invitation of friends and relatives from near and far to join him on stage.
This concert is free to all subscribers, and only available to others as a pay-per-view purchase. The original live broadcast will be available to view 24 hours after the initial airing.
This performance is sponsored by Michael & Ruth Bernstone, Clive & Carol Davies, Fred Dosher & Carol Greenwell, Marianne Falkner, Suzanne Hill Luce, Cathi Keene, Ken & Robin Key, Kirk-Landry Ohana, and Betty & Lee Meyerson. This concert is presented in memory of Marianne Maynard.