Hawaiian Hula | Hula Dance Photography
Hula is a dance form accompanied by chant or song. It was developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there
Hawaiian Dancer by Denise Mazzocco
This is one of the incredible Polynesian dancers in the Spirit Of Aloha dinner show at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The Ancient Hawaiian Legacy of Kahiko Hula
In seclusion on an island in Hawaii, men move in strong succinct, yet graceful, motions guided by the rhythm of a polished gourd struck with purposeful motion of the chanter. The ocean rails against the shore competing with their calls, their chanting, and their hula. Kahiko is the most ancient form of hula and it is never performed with a grass skirt nor accompanied by a ukulele and steel guitar. It is, rather, a solemn Hula with sacred ties and strong purpose. Kahiko Hula is danced to the…
Merrie Monarch Festival co-founder, kumu hula George Naope dies - Hawaii Magazine
George Lanakilakekiahialii Naope, one of hula’s most revered kumu hula and co-founder of the Merrie Monarch Festival, passed away today at his
The Quintessential Hawaiian Photo Shoot | The Digital Photo Experience
Our goal with the first Maui Photo Festival & Workshops (MPF) was to make Maui as big a star as our presenting pros. Nowhere was that more evident than during
Patrick Makuakāne on Balancing Tradition and Innovation
The Hawaiian choreographer talks about his new recording and finding the boundaries between creation and disruption.