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Han Rae-Sook | Concert

Kayageum virtuoso Han Rae-Sook is headed for the annual Folklife Festival at the Smithsonian Institute, but before that she gives a traditional Korean music concert here. She plays with the Sungnam Municipal Korean Classical Music Orchestra. The kayageum’s 12 silk strings are plucked and struck with the fingertips, producing a muted, haunting and emotional sound.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008
07:30 PM - 08:30 PM

Cost:
$20 general admission, $15 Academy members
Ages:
All Ages

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Doris Duke Theatre
900 S. Beretania St.
Entrance on Kinau
Honolulu, HI 96814
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Phone: 808-532-3303
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The Doris Duke Theatre opens its doors on Kinau Street one half-hour before each showing.

Film tickets: Available at the theater door on the day of screening, beginning one half-hour before each showing, or online in advance.
Film admission: $10 general admission; $8 museum members

Matinee Rewards Card:
Pick one up at the theater box office. When theater goers attend three matinees, they receive free admission to a fourth screening. Or they can bring three friends to a single matinee and receive free admission to a future screening. The free screening pass is valid for three months.

Concert tickets: Available at the theater door on the day of the concert, beginning one half-hour before the performance, or online in advance.
Concert admission:
Varies

Concession stand: In the lobby, visitors can purchase bags of lavender-infused glazed almonds, glazed pecans, coconut ginger, chocolate- and Kona coffee–coated macadamia nuts, and butter crunch vanilla macadamia nuts, for $6 per bag. Also on the menu are handmade desserts and baked goods fromYummy Tummy, including peanut butter-oats-and-cranberry energy balls, oat cakes, green tea rice crispy treats and mini cookies ($3-$7). Drinks: coffee, hot tea, Arizona Green Tea, Vitamin Water and bottled water ($2-$3).

Film submissions: For film submissions for festivals and individual films, please e-mail Abbie Algar, film curator, at [email protected]

Parking: For weekday matinees, theater patrons may park in the lot behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School (entrance on makai side of Beretania) for $5 for up to five hours and $2 for each additional 30 minutes or fraction thereof. For evening screenings, you can park free at the museum's lot at 1035 Kinau St., Diamond Head of Victoria Street. Handicapped parking is available in the small Luce Pavilion lot on Victoria Street. Patrons using handicapped stalls should proceed to the main entrance on Kinau Street.

For the hearing impaired: The Doris Duke Theatre is equipped with the Easy Listener Hearing Assistance System. You can pick up a receiver at the ticket counter.


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