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Rozas House Ukulele Concert & Clinic Fundraiser Featuring Hiram Ka’ailau Bell
March 11, 2018
Renowned ukulele master and teacher Hiram Ka'ailau Bell is coming to San Juan Bautista! He will perform at a concert fundraiser for San Juan Bautista's Rozas House, Org., Inc., a non-profit dedicated to the preservation and protection of our early California history, music and culture. The fundraiser will help support the organizations mission. Hiram will perform a wide range of music from Hawaiian to blues, classic rock to jazz and classical. Join us for this first for San Juan Bautista!
Hiram will will hold a 1 hour clinic at 5:30 p.m. for a maximum of 30 students prior to his 7 p.m. concert.Ukulele students and players of all levels will have the opportunity to learn from one of the greats. Tickets for the clinic are $12 and for the fundraiser concert are $18 and are available online at www.rozashouse.org and on Event bright. The event will be held in the beautiful Native Daughters of the Golden West Adobe, 203 4th Street, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045.
Hiram Bell was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and is a self-taught musician and artist. He is a multi-instrumentalist performing and teaching in the Bay Area. He has been giving music and 'ukulele lessons for more than 15 years. In addition to Hawaiian music his appreciation for all genres is reflected in the lessons he has to offer. His goal is to inspire people to play the 'ukulele and enjoy the art of making music.
Hiram performs a wide range of ukulele music from Hawaiian to blues, classic rock to jazz and classical. Join us for this first for San Juan Bautista!
Rozas House Org., Inc. of San Juan Bautista is a non-profit dedicated to the preservation and protection of our early California history, music and culture. The organization is currently the guiding force for the San Juan Bautista Historic Walking Trail which will highlight San Juan Bautista's Downtown 3rd Street Historic District and surrounding historic buildings of the City with a map brochure, site plaques and a website detailing the history of these fantastic historic structures.
Partner organizations in this effort are the Rozas House Org., Inc. San Juan Bautista Historical Society, the City of San Juan Bautista and the the San Juan Committee. Funders for these efforts are The Community Foundation for San Benito County, City of San Juan Bautista, San Benito County Supervisor Anthony Botelho, True Leaf Farms-Church Brothers of San Juan Bautista, and the San Juan Bautista Historical Society.
Visit rozashouse.org as this project moves forward this spring.