Early Hawaii Musicarly Music Hawaii is a nonprofit organization established to promote the performance and enjoyment of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music in our Islands, and to explore historical performance practices. We seek to encourage performers and audiences by 

publicizing concerts and workshops in Hawai'i and to provide a forum for groups and individuals interested in early music. Modest membership dues and voluntary contributions sustain these efforts and this website. When rare opportunities arise to bring leading international performers to the islands, additional sponsorships are welcome.

Check the concert calendar. Send us your own concert plans; we will list them as appropriate.

Benefits include a 10% discount on all EMH sponsored events.
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Links to leading early music sites in Hawai'i and elsewhere. Find early music programs on  Hawaii Public Radio.

We are grateful to all our friends and supporters, without whose generous donations these unique early music programs could not be brought to Hawaii. Please join them with your support. To make a donation,
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EMH 2014-2015 Season
The second concert of the season again features the local professional singers of the EMH Choir. On January 31, 2015, at Queen Emma Community Center, Kealakekua, Bridging the Centuries compares Renaissance and contemporary settings of the same sacred texts - another program designed by the late Carl Crosier especially for EMH. Check out the program and full season on the Events page.

A record and enthusiastic audience greeted our first concert of music by early women composers - Triumph Against the Odds - on September 19 at the beautiful Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa. Thank you for your support.

Thanks also for the many generous donations to EMH in memory of Carl Crosier and through the annual Foodland Give Aloha program.