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Life In The ART Of It All – January/February 2014 Edition

January 16th, 2014

There’s never a dull moment when you live at Symphony Honolulu. Experience some of Honolulu’s most exciting cultural attractions, right outside your door step. See what your new neighborhood has to offer in the next few weeks…

THEATER 

Disney’s The Lion King

Blaisdell Concert Hall

777 Ward Avenue

Tuesday, January 14 – Sunday, March 9

Experience one of the most exciting and awe-inspiring Broadway musicals, The Lion King, at Blaisdell Concert Hall from January 14 through March 9. Produced by Disney’s Theatrical Production, The Lion King musical is based on the Disney animated film with music by Elton John and lyrics from Tim Rice. For more information or to purchase tickets click here.

ART

ARTafterDARK: Qian Li Ma

Honolulu Museum of Art
900 S. Beretania Street

Friday, January 31 at 6:00pm – 9:00pm 

Celebrate the start of the Chinese Year of the Horse at ARTafterDARK: Qian Li Ma this January! Enjoy delicious food, amazing art, and traditional lion dances performed by Au’s Shaolin Arts. View unique clay artwork by Rochelle Lum, and munch on festive new year bites by The Grove. Don’t miss the fun! For parking directions or additional information, click here.

FILM

Doris Duke Theatre at Honolulu Museum of Art

Late January/Early February Film Calendar  

900 S. Beretania Street 

Late January and early February bring an additional collection of recognizable films from a variety of genres at Honolulu’s only art house theatre:

  • Ram-Leela
  • Opera in Cinema: Arena di Verona’s Turandot
  • The Trials Of Muhammad Ali
  • Opera in Cinema: Arena di Verona’s Aida
  • Red, White, Black and Blue + The Memphis 13
  • Home
  • Butterfly Rising
  • Gideon’s Army + 16 Seeds
  • Charles Lloyd: Arrows Into Infinity
  • Ballet in Cinema: Jewels from Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow

Visit the Doris Duke Theatre webpage for showtimes and ticket information.

FARE 

Honolulu Farmers’ Market

Neal S. Blaisdell Center Lawn

Every Wednesday, 4:00 – 7:00 PM

The Blaisdell Farmers’ Market is still open every Wednesday, but has temporarily moved to the corner of Kapiolani Boulevard and Ward Avenue in the Arena side parking lot from January 8 through April 2. Stop by and enjoy farmed goods and freshly-made foods by some of the island’s favorite and up-and-coming chefs, restaurants and farmers.

Parking is free at Blaisdell for Farmers’ Market patrons. And when you live at Symphony Honolulu, this weekly community event is just a short walk across the street.

Live in a masterpiece of contemporary design amidst Kakaako’s abundant, growing culture of art, theatre, concerts, shopping, dining, and nightlife. Elegant and spacious two and three bedroom residences are still available.  

Visit our sales gallery today to learn more about how you can live in the art of it all. 
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