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February 16, 2013

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Sonia

Mahalo for reading and commenting...yes, we are quite happy that our band is still able to perform. They are such an integral part of our island culture it would be a shame if they had to disband for lack of funds.

We attended a concert by the Honolulu Symphony at Kamehameha Schools in the Kea'au campus about 2-3 years ago, just before they were shut down and the subsequent changes. Such a terrible shame that such a prestigious an institution that has been around for so long had to go through all that pain.

We need our bands and our state and county governments should not play with their budgets.

Hawaii Makeup Artist

Glad to hear your band will still be marching! We've enjoyed watching the Honolulu Symphony here on Oahu, but haven't seen a concert since they were disbanded due to bankruptcy, then renamed Hawaii Symphony. At least they are still playing. It's too bad that our precious music groups are struggling for financial survival.

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