Luminaria

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WHO WE ARE

Luminaria takes its name from a small paper lantern (commonly a candle set in some sand inside a paper bag) often used to light the path in southwest United States and in Hispanic communities during Christmas time.

 

We hope to be a light, illuminating the path to heighten, enlighten, and deepen the community’s awareness of social issues and causes through music and the arts - whether it be social justice issues, devastating disease or other topics that deserve to have a voice and a discussion surrounding them.

 

We are an invitation-only, women’s vocal ensemble, made up of career choral singers, as well as soloists. What we all share is a passion for talking about issues that need to be talked about!

 

Our ensemble ranges from 8 to 16 singers depending on the concert, and can craft programs on nearly any topic. Have an idea? We’d love to hear from you!

luminaria@hiartslab.org

Diane Koshi & Maikaʻi Nash

we sing to bring attention

we sing to affect change

we sing to right wrongs

we sing to advocate

Diane Koshi

Maikaʻi Nash

Luminaria takes its name from a Mexican-American tradition of putting lighted candles in bags to create pathways for th

spirits. We hope to be this light for people, organizations, or those affected by social justice issues, devastating disease, or other topics that deserve to have a voice and a discussion surrounding it. 

We are an invite-only, womenʻs choral group, made up of career choir singers, as well as solo singers. What we all share is a passion for talking about issues that need to be talked about

Luminaria takes its name from a Mexican-American tradition of putting lighted candles in bags to create as

spirits. We hope to be this light for people, organizations, or those affected by social justice issues, devastating disease, or other topics that deserve to have a voice and a discussion surrounding it. 

What we all share is a passion for talking about issues that need to be talked about

OUR MEMBERS

Catherine Morris
Soprano

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Chris Walsh
Mezzo

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Jane Doe
Soprano

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Diane Koshi
Soprano

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Vicky Takamine
Soprano

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Carlyn Yoshina
Soprano

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Caitlyn Yoshina
Mezzo

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Nancy Reagan
Mezzo

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Jan Kamiya
Mezzo

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Nola Nahula
Mezzo

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Jane Doe
Soprano

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Louise South
Contralto

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Miranda Sings
Mezzo

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

Bonnie Burke
Mezzo

Lighting the path to diabetes, animal cruelty, and climate change.

EXPERIENCES

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CONTACT US

4348 WAIALAE AVENUE, #741

HONOLULU, HI  96816

(866) 442-7871 X715

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