After much hard work and immense amounts of help from family and friends, we put on our first holiday concert in three years! Thank you to all who came and enjoyed the show!
Very special thanks to
Reverend Won-Seok Yuh and Harris United Methodist Church for so generously allowing us use of their beautiful facility.
Jeff LeFebvre and his teamfor their much appreciated technical expertise and audio equipment support
Our very generous monetary donors for contributing to this hobby we love so much. Your contributions go toward rehearsal space rental, director fees, new music, music education, and preparations for our 2024 regional contest.
Our friends and family, who help set up, staff tables, bake delicious things, and pitch in to accomplish the essential tasks that enable us to put on a show!
Whether you support us with your time, your spirit, or your funds, know that our gratitude knows no bounds.
Harris United Methodist Church, 20 South Vineyard Boulevard
Mark the holidays with an afternoon of song with Na Leo Lani! From favorite carols to lighthearted tunes, our barbershop harmonies will have you feeling the Christmas vibes at this most joyful time of year.
Following the concert, join us for refreshments and do some last-minute shopping at our holiday bazaar, featuring handcrafted gifts and vintage items. (Note: bazaar sales will be cash-only).
Where? Harris United Methodist Church, 20 South Vineyard Boulevard, Honolulu. Free parking in the church lot. Limited street parking also available along Nuuanu Avenue.
When? 3:30 p.m., Sunday, December 18. Seating is first come, first served. Doors open at 3:10.
Per Harris Methodist Church’s public health protocol, please plan to wear a mask when you are sitting in the audience. Thank you for your understanding!
Tickets: $10 per person. Purchase from your favorite chorus member, pay at the door, or click HERE to purchase online in advance via EventBrite .
On September 18, Na Leo Lani joyfully presented its first Friends and Family concert in nearly three years. We had a wonderful turnout of enthusiastic supporters, including former NLL director Lars Isaacson and many singers from Sounds of Aloha and Honolulu Blend Show Chorus, as well as many warm and encouraging partners, spouses, parents, and extended ‘ohana.
Thank you to all who attended and joined in the fun! And thank you for your generous financial support of Na Leo Lani through your donations to our calabash bowl!
See below for a smattering of images from the event.
The ladies of Na Leo Lani are putting on a concert for the first time in over two years! Come enjoy an afternoon of barbershop singing at our rehearsal location, Mo’ili’ili Hongwanji, 902 University Avenue. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Admission is free, but monetary donations are gladly accepted.
After the concert, please stick around for talk story, light refreshments, and a chance to win a door prize! Scroll down for location information and parking guidance. We look forward to seeing you!
WHERE? Mo’ili’ili Hongwanji Social Hall (back of the building) 902 University Avenue, Honolulu
WHEN? Doors open at 3:30. Concert starts at 4:00
PARKING — park at the front of the building or in the side overflow lot to the left. There is also a back parking lot off of Kapaakea Lane. See parking map and photos below. Please arrive early as parking may be limited.
Featuring the Sounds of Aloha Chorus & special guest Na Leo Lani!
Mark your calendars for Sunday, December 5, 4:00 p.m. Hawaii time for “Songs of the Season,” a special concert to benefit the Hawai‘i Theatre Center. The pandemic has been hard on all live music venues, and the Hawaii Theatre is no exception. To help this cultural landmark weather the storm and, hopefully, to mark a turning point toward better days ahead, the Sounds of Aloha Chorus has organized a benefit concert featuring all your holiday favorites, sung by the mellifluous male voices of SOA, plus six quartets, small ensembles, and a special guest appearance by Na Leo Lani! As you can can see in the photo from our recording session, the ladies of NLL are overjoyed to be on the risers and singing together in-person again.