Hip Hop Program 5.indd - Performing and Fine Artists for World Peace


Hip Hop Program 5.indd - Performing and Fine Artists for World Peace
the 2009
Major Sponsors
Hawai`i County Resource Center • Recycle Hawai`i
Big Island Dance Council • KHBC Radio
Kumanu Music • Peck Tunes LLC • Perryscope Records
Adiyah Ali, Esther Shapiro, Gregg Perry,
Paul Buklarewicz, Dee Chapon, Jesse Wells, I. A, Bolo, Ace Espejo,
LQ, Leilehua Yuen, Keith “Skibs” Nehls, Michal Anna Carrillo,
Kimi Kihoi, Maika and Angela Woods, Malaika Maphalala,
Julie Mitchell, Marsha Hee, Darla DeVille, Roberta DeMotta,
Nani Lee, Tim Gosse, Dewi Maile Lim, Kamaluhia & Chet Woolley,
Angel Prince, Karen Moore, Caki Kennedy, Helene Hale, Bonnie Kim,
Pepe Romero, Mark Richford, Dan O’Halloran, Nadia Schlosser,
Lisa Thomas, John & Susanne Lyle, Manu Josiah,
Ceili Cook, Mirage Memmer
Basic Image, Hawai`i Island United Way, The Food Basket,
United Nations Association Hawai`i Island Chapter,
Waimea Middle School, High School of the Pacific,
N2 Dance, Cataclysm
Funded in part by the Healing Our Island Community Fund Grant
administered by the Hawai`i County Resource Center
Performing and Fine Artists for World Peace,
Amnesty International & The Palace Theater
Earth Patriot
Hip Hop Music &
I. A. • Ace Espejo • Bolo
Hip Hop Dancers
From Hawai`i Island Schools
Saturday • January 17
Palace Theater • Hilo, Hawai`i
“Renewing America’s Promise”
808.985.8725 • [email protected] • www.artistsandpeace.org
Printed on recycled and recyclable paper
Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Earth Patriot Hip Hop Music and Dance Concert
celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
and promotes The National Day of Service.
The concert is a project of
the Artists in Action for Human Rights Program that is
sponsored by Performing and Fine Artists for World Peace.
This program brings artists, resource educators,
native Hawaiian cultural practitioners and community outreach staff
into classrooms in Hawai`i.
Presentations link art and native culture
with awareness about the issues of human rights.
Opening Oli by Leilehua Yuen
Excerpt from:
“I Have A Dream” by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
High School of the Pacific
Performing ‘Pain’ by Kumanu
Choreographer: Jake Edilyong
Dancers: Jake Edilyong, Beta Akauola, Rosie Ruben,
Sanchez Suzuki, Flora Noholia, and Mech Yagi
Waimea Middle School ‘Hawaiian Wahines’
Performing ‘808 Party’ by I.A.
Choreographers: Waimea Middle School students
and Michal Anna Carrillio
Dancers: Chatia Diaz, Kesha Tarpley, Kuulei Dean-Garmon,
Keaka Tavares, Kuulei Guerpo
N2 Dance
Performing ‘Get Loose Mix’
Which includes clips from the following tracks:
‘U Can Do It 2’ by Mr. Del
‘Pick It Up’ by Lil’ Mama
‘Girl Get It’ by Raven Symone
‘What Are You Gonna Do’ by Raven Symone
‘Shawty Get Loose’ by Lil Mama
‘Crazy on the Dance Floor’ by The Cheetah Girls
Choreographers: Maika & Angela Woods
Dancers: ‘Alohi Navor, Jadelyn Park, Kaleimaile Robia
Waimea Middle School ‘Simply Solid’
Performing ‘Pain’ by Kumanu
Choreographers: Waimea Middle School students
and Michal Anna Carrillio
Dancers: Leialoha Peters-Case, Waylon DeCoito,
Aloma Bell-Kaopuiki, Tory Oana
Performing ‘Mix’ by DJ Hymn and Various Artists
Choreographers: Cataclysm
Dancers: Philosophy, Pneuma,
Katastrophy, Uneek, Kazi
Performing ‘Wala `au’, ‘Andale’, ‘Da Movement’,
‘Waiting on the World to Change’
Ace Espejo
Performing ‘Voice Mail’, ‘Stop Calling’, ‘Island Girls’, ‘Ring Tone’
I. A.
Performing ‘808 Party’, ‘Do Whut I Like’, ‘Dat Island Sound’
Excerpts from:
‘Rize’ DVD
A David LaChapelle Film
featuring: Tommy The Clown
and dancers from L.A., Compton,
and the greater Los Angeles area.
Producer: Howard Shapiro/Performing & Fine Artists for World Peace
Stage Manager/Production Coordinator: Gregg Perry
Audio Engineer: Pepe Romero • Lighting: Ceili Cook
Video Coordinator: Mark Richford

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