We are all so very proud and super excited to have My KoAloha Story’s L.A. premiere at The Grammy Museum this coming August 28th!!!! Wow! This is just around the corner!
Grammy Award winning artist Daniel Ho will open up the event with a ukulele workshop and a short performance prior to the screening.
For those KoAloha fans who have been waiting for a Southern California screening this is your chance to catch the film, take a short ukulele workshop and hear the beautiful stylings of Daniel Ho. Blues based ukulele artist Jason Arimoto, who is also featured in the film will be on hand to co-lead the workshop with Daniel. Keith Yoshioka from KoAloha will also talk story with folks about KoAloha ukulele and their unique brand of ukulele making. Director Gary San Angel will also be at the Q&A to share his passion for this film and his unique style of TalkUlele community filmmaking.
Tickets are going fast! Only 200 seats in the theater for this unique Southern California screening and workshop and live performance with Grammy Award winning artist Daniel Ho.
Here are the details:
My KoAloha Story Screening
5pm – “Ukulele 101” – Workshop with Daniel Ho with help from Jason Arimoto and Keith Yoshioka
7:15pm – Daniel Ho Performance
7:30pm – My KoAloha Story – Screening
9:00pm – Q&A with Director Gary San Angel and artists Jason Arimoto, Daniel Ho, and Keith Yoshioka
Tickets are $10 and you can purchase them online at the The Grammy Museum.
Mahalo everyone for all your support of My KoAloha Story and we hope to see you there!