HPR Music

  Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

HPR Streaming Music Show Archive

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Hawaii Public Radio is now offering on-demand listening for a few of our HPR-1 shows.  

Stream past episodes of Bridging the Gap with dj mr.nick HERE

Stream past episodes of Kanikapila Sunday HERE

 

Chris Austin
Chris Austin

The name in the title just sounds cool. Truth is that I'm still a little loopy from giving blood this afternoon. So this session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a mellow and jazzy with little pockets of world music.

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

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Pihana Productions

Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

To listen to past programs, click here:

Mahalo for listening! Derrick

Banksy
Banksy

Keeping the music pulsing for this session of Bridging the Gap with little pockets of house fueled latin, jazz and soul.

  Today, a third day of solo and ensemble music, featuring compositions by Villa-Lobos, Brahms, Dvorák, Bosmans, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Bach, Debussy, Beethoven, and Takemitsu. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

Indie Rock, sometimes know as College Rock is the backbone of AAA radio, which is the foundation of this show. It's also something that I don't always pay that much attention to although is so much good music coming out all the time. So this session of Bridging the Gap will focus on some of my favorites, both old and new.

  Today, a second day of solo and ensemble music for your enjoyment. You'll hear music of Leclair, Mozart, Ligeti, Corelli, Brahms, Liszt, Witt, Pentland and Françaix.

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

  Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue

Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day! Tonight's song selection is going to reflect the progress of 1st Nations and other people in this country struggling to attain freedom, and a reminder that we are all illegal.

  Today, adventures in sound, featuring tradtional and new music play on all traditional and non-tradional instruments. Music by Bach, Cage, Mozart, Naumann, Tchaikovsky, Haydn, Wolfgang, Binelli and Mazzoli. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Neos Productions

Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

To check out past programs, click here

Mahalo for listening! Derrick

Light and tropical for this session of Bridging the Gap. The perfect get-you-up and get-you-out-the-door and to the beach or nightclub playlist.

All this week - great moments from Carnegie Hall. You don't need to book a flight, buy tickets, or time travel to hear them. I'll be sharing great performances from 1931 through 2007, from artists such as Arturo Toscanini, Leontyne Price, Yo-Yo Ma, Vladimir Horowitz, Midori and many more.  

All this week - great moments from Carnegie Hall. You don't need to book a flight, buy tickets, or time travel to hear them. I'll be sharing great performances from 1931 through 2007, from artists such as Arturo Toscanini, Leontyne Price, Yo-Yo Ma, Vladimir Horowitz, Midori and many more.  

HPR's Generation Listen Group is celebrating their 2nd anniversary by turning HPR studios into a vintage prohibition-era speakeasy... and they asked me to soundtrack one of the rooms. So tonight's show is a sneak peak of the playlist filled with vintage jazz, early rhumba and more. You can pick up tickets HERE.

All this week - great moments from Carnegie Hall. You don't need to book a flight, buy tickets, or time travel to hear them. I'll be sharing great performances from 1931 through 2007, from artists such as Arturo Toscanini, Leontyne Price, Yo-Yo Ma, Vladimir Horowitz, Midori and many more.  

All this week - great moments from Carnegie Hall. You don't need to book a flight, buy tickets, or time travel to hear them. I'll be sharing great performances from 1931 through 2007, from artists such as Arturo Toscanini, Leontyne Price, Yo-Yo Ma, Vladimir Horowitz, Midori and many more.  

Ginger Baker is dead. The polyrhythmic drummer from Cream passed away today at 80, and is the inspiration for tonight's psychedelic rock heavy session of Bridging the Gap.

All this week - great moments from Carnegie Hall. You don't need to book a flight, buy tickets, or time travel to hear them. I'll be sharing great performances from 1931 through 2007, from artists such as Arturo Toscanini, Leontyne Price, Yo-Yo Ma, Vladimir Horowitz, Midori and many more.  

Mountain Apple Company

Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

Woot! That's a wrap for the Fall 2019 Pledge Drive! Thank you to everyone who became a member during this drive, and thank you to everyone who contunies to support Public Radio.

During the Fall Membership Drive, we’re looking to gain stability by adding new members. If you listen regularly to HPR, please consider joining - you can try it at $10 a month. I’ll still be playing music throughout the drive. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

  During the Fall Membership Drive, we’re looking to gain stability by adding new members. If you listen regularly to HPR, please consider joining - you can try it at $10 a month. I’ll still be playing music throughout the drive. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

This session of Bridging the Gap is focusing on a twisted corner of pop music called "Mash-Ups"... where two pop songs are sampled over each other creating a strange often catchy, sometimes annoying bastard love child of a song. Also putting this together ahead of the DJ Z-Trip show this Friday. He's considered the "Godfather of the Mashup", and I'll be doing the opening set. You can pick up tickets HERE

During the Fall Membership Drive, we’re looking to gain stability by adding new members. If you listen regularly to HPR, please consider joining - you can try it at $10 a month. I’ll still be playing music throughout the drive. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

  During the Fall Membership Drive, we’re looking to gain stability by adding new members. If you listen regularly to HPR, please consider joining - you can try it at $10 a month. I’ll still be playing music throughout the drive. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

This session of Bridging the Gap is another exploration into the intersection of Jazz and Hip-Hop, Soul and Downtempo.

During the Fall Membership Drive, we’re looking to gain stability by adding new members. If you listen regularly to HPR, please consider joining - you can try it at $10 a month. I’ll still be playing music throughout the drive. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, streaming live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the HPR mobile app.  

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