Maui Steel Guitar Festival

School Visitation - Kamehameha Schools

Kamehameha School was one of the schools visited by festival presentation teams to introduce the steel guitar to school students, demonstrate its role in Hawaiian music, and provide hands-on opportunities for school students at elementary, middle, and high school levels, to try out the instrument.

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  • Elementary school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Kam 4th and 5th grade b 4.10.2014 Colleen RicciElementary school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Alan Akaka addresses the elementary school assembly.
  • Pomaika'i Lyman shares a story with elementary students.
  • Elementary school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Elementary school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Elementary school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Staring at the floor? Then why not learn your music theory at the same time?
  • Ke Kula Mele team meeting
  • Clarke Tuitele and Pomaika'i Lyman.
  • Pomaika'i Lyman, elementary music teacher Clarke Tuitele and Alan Akaka.
  • Middle school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Middle school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Middle school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Middle school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • High school assembly at Kamehameha
  • Alan Akaka at the high school assembly.
  • Mālie Lyman shares her steel guitar with a high school student.
  • Keen Ching helps a high school student while Alexis Tolentino looks on.
  • High school assembly at Kamehameha.
  • Kamehameha campus.
  • Kamehameha campus.
  • Kamehameha campus.

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