10:00am to 12:00pm: BASICS IN HULA
Hula, Oli, 'Olelo, Ho'opa'a, Mele, Pule - we will touch on a variety of basics. Hula is more than just the dance. It incorporates language, chanting, singing, drumming and prayer.
2:00pm to 5:00pm: LET'S HULA
Hula Kahiko (ancient hula) and Hula 'Auana (modern hula).
5:00pm to 6:00pm: WALA'AU
Discussion on different topics of Hula especially on how it pertains to you on this land.
11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig (see map below)
Php 4,500 on or before June 17
Php 4,900 after June 17
Php 4,000 per head for groups of five or more.
To register and for more information, contact Beyond Serendra at 0917-6299642 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Kumu Hula Kawika Keikiali'ihiwahiwa Alfiche
Kawika is the Kumu Hula (Master teacher) for Hālau o Keikiali'i, and is the Director for the Kaululehua Hawaiian Cultural Center in South San Francisco and has been teaching hula and Hawaiian cultural arts for over 25 years. With a mission to preserve and perpetuate all things Hawaiian, Kawika spends his life learning, teaching, and sharing his culture through the hula and cultural arts and continues to teach throughout the globe.
Kawika has had impeccable training from his Kumu. His first Kumu Hula was Tiare Maka-Olanolan Clifford of Hanalei, Kaua`i. After her passing in 1992, Kumu Kawika became haumana of Kumu Hula Harriet Kahalepoli Keahilihau-Spalding of Keaukaha, Hawai`i who had Kawika open Hālau in 1994. Aunty Harriet’s kumu was her grandmother, Mary Ahi`eha Kekuewa, who was affectionately known as Mama Fuji’i. In 1996, Aunty Harriet had Kawika learn and fall under Kumu Hula Rae Kahikilaulani Fonseca of Hilo, Hawai`i – an `uniki (formal graduate) of Uncle George Lanakilakekiahiali`i Na`ope, a hula master and treasure of Hawai’i. In March 2007, Kumu Kāwika was one of six to be a part of Kumu Rae’s first and only `uniki.
Kumu Kawika is also a composer and recording artist with 4 CDs; Nālei (2005), Kale`a (2011), Nā Mele Kahiko (2013), White Ships (2015) and 3 DVDs; Nānā I Ke Kumu (2010), Hula Pahu (2012) and Ho`okupu (2014).