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Upcoming Ticketed Events
Saturday, January 27th Town Hall Seattle Presents: Mozart Birthday Toast
2:00pm | Doors 1:30pm: Town Hall Seattle Presents: Mozart Birthday Toast
Tickets: $15 GA / $10 TH Member
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For Town Hall’s eighth annual toast to Mozart’s birthday, host and curator Byron Schenkman takes his place on the piano for an afternoon performance of classical favorites. He is joined by Angela Draghicescu on piano, Sean Osborn on clarinet, and Liza Zurlinden on violin. Clink glasses of bubbles and enjoy a spread of chocolates in celebration of this legendary composer!

The afternoon’s repertoire will feature: Sonata in F Major, K. 547, for violin and piano; Sonata in E-flat Major, K. 282, for piano; Variations in G Major, K. 501, for piano, four hands; and Quintet in A Major, K. 581, arranged for clarinet and piano.

A glass of champagne (cider for those under 21) is included in each ticket!

Presented by Town Hall Seattle as part of the Arts & Culture series.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Sunday, January 28th Kūpaoa featuring Hālau Hula O Lono
4:00pm | Doors at 3:30pm: Kūpaoa featuring Hālau Hula O Lono
Tickets: $17 adv/$20 dos
Tickets available from Stranger Tickets

Husband and wife duo, Kellen and Līhau Paik, have been performing as the duet, Kūpaoa, for over a decade. Through the years, they have been honored to receive multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards for their 6 CD releases including: Most Promising Artist (2009), Best Liner Notes (2010), Island Music Album of the Year (2014), Best Hawaiian Language Performance (2014), and Christmas Album of the Year (2015). The title track of their 2013 album, Bumbye, written by Dr. Puakea Nogelmeier, was awarded the coveted Haku Mele award at the 2014 Hōkūs and Kellen was also awarded the same prestigious award in 2009 for a song that he composed with friend, Iokepa Badis. In 2016, the pair released their 7th album, Hoʻokele, an eclectic mix of songs old and new performed in their soothing signature style. As life-long students of Hawaiian language, they enjoy composing and performing their own original songs, in addition to the time-honored favorites that are loved by all. The word "kūpaoa" describes a lasting, permeating fragrance and it is the couple's hope that their music will linger with you, infusing your heart and mind long after their performance is through.

Hālau Hula O Logo brings to life songs of Hawaiʻi, old and new, through their beautiful hula. Dancers of all ages show their love for Hawaiʻi and Hawaiian culture by embodying the spirit of aloha on stage.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Tuesday, January 30th Spontaneous Combustion presents The City of Tomorrow
7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm: Spontaneous Combustion presents The City of Tomorrow
Tickets: $20 General Admission / $12 students (door only w/ID)
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The City of Tomorrow:
Avant-garde wind quintet The City of Tomorrow performs a program with custom theatrical lighting design by Alex Deahl. The music of this concert reflects spatial relationships, visual elements, and the divisions between the introverted and the extroverted. Included is Seattle-based composer John Teske’s Topographies, a graphic score based on topographical maps, which the quintet will use as a basis for improvisation and movement on stage.

Hans Abrahamsen’s wind quintet, called Walden, calls to mind the very nature of introvertedness, which can be a kind of retirement to think and reflect. Jacob Druckman’s wind quintet, which includes an electronic accompaniment, is a joyous conversation between past and future. Put together with the lighting design, which the five members of The City of Tomorrow control themselves, this concert is an immersive exploration of relationships between the aural and visual, quiet and loud, and near and far.

Also featuring music by Julia Wolfe, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Alex Temple.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Thursday, February 1st Matrio & Resonant Bodies
8:00pm | Doors at 6:30pm: Matrio & Resonant Bodies
Tickets: $12 adv/$15 dos/ $8 students (door only with student ID)
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RESONANT BODIES
Stephanie Richards
: trumpet
Andrew Drury: drums and percussion

In Resonant Bodies trumpeter Stephanie Richards and percussionist Andrew Drury mine trumpets and drums at their aural and physical extremes, exploring how sounds interact with each other and with other resonant bodies. Focused listening, spontaneity, and a wealth of experience in a range of genres and media enable the duo to melt down the raw material of sound, infuse it with 21st century sensibilities, and recast it as a hyper-modern drum and bugle corps of two.
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MATRIO
James Falzone
: clarinets, piano
Ha-Yang Kim: cello
Tom Baker: guitars and electronics
Greg Campbell: drums, percussion, horns

Taking its name from the Japanese word for "the space between two structural parts," Matrio is an improvising collective featuring Greg Campbell on percussion and horns, Ha-Yang Kim on cello, James Falzone on clarinet and piano, and Tom Baker on guitar, theremin, and electronics. With influences ranging from Olivier Messiaen to The Art Ensemble of Chicago, Matrio creates set-long experiences that explore the space between sound, noise, music, and silence.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Sunday, February 4th Corky Siegel
7:00pm | Doors at 6:00pm: Corky Siegel
Tickets: $17 adv/ $12 dos
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Friday, February 9th The Great Royal Room Mardi Gras Celebration: A Tribute to Fats Domino
6:30pm | 5:30pm: The Great Royal Room Mardi Gras Celebration: A Tribute to Fats Domino
Tickets: $12 adv/ $15 dos
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6:30pm - Mrs. Phelps embrace their “Spanish Tinge” for this Mardi Gras Set.

8:00pm - A Tribute to Fats Domino
An evening of New Orleans music, featuring the music of the late, great Fats Domino - the genial, good-natured symbol of the dawn of rock and roll and the voice and piano behind enduring hits like "Blueberry Hill" and "Ain’t That a Shame".

Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Saturday, February 10th Caribbean Carnival Fête
8:30pm | Doors at 8:00pm: Caribbean Carnival Fête
Tickets: $15 adv/ $20 dos
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Caribbean Sea Fest will present a Caribbean Carnival Fête at the Royal Room, on Saturday, February 10th beginning at 8:30pm showcasing Caribbean Festival Arts from Puerto Rico, Trinidad, and Panama. Artists include Grupo Bayano, Los Pleneros de Goddard, Folklore Panamá, and Mokojumbies. Following these cultural presentations, Y2K Sound and DJ Garifuna will play our favorite songs from across the Caribbean. Bring your flags! Bring your rags! Time to Jump Up.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Monday, February 12th Seattle Festival of Improvised Music: Night #2
7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm: Seattle Festival of Improvised Music: Night #2
Tickets: $12 adv/$15 dos/ $8 students (door only with student ID)
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33rd Annual Seattle Improvised Music Festival expands to a full week at 6 different locations. The 2nd night of the festival will take place at The Royal Room and feature sets including legendary Jack Wright, Evan Lipson, John Niekrasz, Katie Levine, Amelia Coulter, and Tom Baker.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Friday, February 16th An Evening with The Scott Amendola Trio featuring Jeff Parker (Tortoise), and Paul Bryan (Aimee Mann)
8:00pm | Doors at 6:30pm: An Evening with The Scott Amendola Trio featuring Jeff Parker (Tortoise), and Paul Bryan (Aimee Mann)
Tickets: $15 adv/dos
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Beth Fleenor and Wayne Horvitz Duo opening

Scott Amendola Trio w/ Jeff Parker on guitar, and Paul Bryan on electric bass

Scott Amendola, Jeff Parker, and Paul Bryan all met nearly 30 years ago at Berklee College of Music. Musically minded in symmetry, Scott, Jeff, and Paul know how to make 3 sound like one. The trio will embark on music composed by Amendola, some choice covers, and venture into the unknown.

Parker is ideally suited to follow Amendola’s muse wherever it leads. His versatile guitar adapts to his roles in the Chicago Underground Trio and in post-rock group Tortoise, or in projects like the ensemble Isotope 217 that bridge the two. On Lift he conjures a blues shuffle on “Lima Bean” as easily as the rockabilly noir of “The Knife,” which Amendola wrote in tribute to friend and collaborator Jim Campilongo.

“Jeff is just so deep,” Amendola says. “His use of space and harmony and his sonic world are so interesting and unique.” Amendola refers to Shifflett as “the unsung hero” of the group, whose midwestern affability and self-deprecation (he’s from Iowa) combine to camouflage his robust playing. He anchors the band, asserting an organic, grounded acoustic feel when his bandmates venture far out into their electronic excursions.

“Paul’s energy and his unpredictability are always interesting to me,” Amendola says, “He’s extremely patient; he can sit on a line forever and let me and Jeff dance around it, and then inject some idea and completely change everything. But he does it in a way that’s very much about the ensemble and very little about himself.”
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
This Week At The Royal Room
Sunday, January 21st JazzED: Girls Ellington Project / Opera On Tap
4:30pm | Doors at 4:00pm: JazzED: Girls Ellington Project

Seattle JazzED is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which was founded in 2010 by Laurie de Koch, Shirish Mulherkar, Clarence Acox and Robert Knatt. Laurie wanted kids to get great music education opportunities, regardless of what school they went to or how much money they had.

JazzED started out with two jazz ensembles that met weekly. Since then, the roster of programs has grown to include many more ensembles, masterclasses, summer camps, vocal ensembles, combo training, an all-city girls band and jam sessions. Now over 500 students from 70+ different schools come through the doors every year.
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Free and open to the public. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

7:30pm | Doors at 7:00pm: Opera On Tap

Opera on Tap (OOT) was born in 2005 at Freddy’s Bar and Backroom in Brooklyn and incorporated in 2007 to promote opera as a viable, living and progressive art form and to support the developing artists who continue to keep the art form alive. What began as a small monthly gathering of ambitious, classically trained singers looking for more performance opportunities, has grown into a producing organization that has gained a loyal audience base and national recognition as an innovative force on the classical music scene. Through its Chapter program, which now has sixteen vibrant national chapters, OOT has created a large network of performers, creators, and supporters.
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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Monday, January 22nd Hopscotch / The Salute Sessions
7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm: Hopscotch

HOPSCOTCH is the musical duo of singer/songwriter Jeanie Mishler and composer and pianist Charlie Hiestand. Along with standards from the Great American Songbook, they've collaborated with an accomplished collection of Seattle players to bring to life songs they've co-written and arranged. Their music offers up a rich variety of new jazz, drawing from swing, blues, latin, funk, and hip-hop.

Their 2014 debut album, HOPSCOTCH, received instant radio play at jazz stations across the country, including KKJZ, Los Angeles, CA, KSDS, San Diego, CA, WKGC, Panama City, FL, WJSU, Jackson, MS, KNIK, Anchorage, AK to name a few.

Influenced by bands like Pink Martini, both Jeanie and Charlie write songs that pay homage to the rich tradition of jazz song structure, with rhythms and harmonies that support rhyme schemes that make sense--nothing minimalist or reductive about them.

They've developed a sound that is simultaneously both retro and current with grooves that give them a fresh feel. "Hopscotch features the fluid vocal styling of the very talented Jean Mishler fronting an ensemble of Seattle's best players on a set of fresh poppy jazz infused with classic style." Rick J Bowen--Seattle Examiner.

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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

10:00pm (Lounge): The Salute Sessions

A themed weekly jam session that focuses on a variety of jazz masters, this week featuring a salute to the music of Louis Armstrong and Lil Hardin. Hosted by Thomas Campbell.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Tuesday, January 23rd Seward Park Audubon Presents: Colors of the West- An Evening with Molly Hashimoto and Saul Weisberg / Weiswald, Endless Winter Blues / Marina and the Dreamboats
6:00pm | Doors at 5:00pm: Seward Park Audubon Presents: Colors of the West- An Evening with Molly Hashimoto and Saul Weisberg

Free with advance ticket required.
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The Seward Park Audubon Center is excited to welcome award winning artist Molly Hashimoto and the Executive Director of the North Cascades Institute, Saul Weisberg to The Royal Room. Molly and Saul will discuss their mutual love for the outdoors and the inspiration they draw from it. Molly will also discuss her latest book, Colors of the West, which explores wild landscapes of the western United States through the lens of watercolor.
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Free and open to the public. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

8:30pm | Doors at 8:00pm: Weiswald, Endless Winter Blues

John Wies - guitar, lead vox
Lee Whalen - upright bass, backup vox
Mike Young - percussion, backup vox, assorted madness
Jon Lanthier - keyboards

When not fronting celebrated Tom Waits tribute band (The Bleeding Romeos), band leader John Wies is passionately producing original material with percussionist Mike Young, keyboardist Jon Lanthier, and stand-up bassist Lee Whalen in the Weiswald project. Evoking various music genres, the band embraces Waitsonian arrangements & moody rants in rhythmic grooves and story-telling vignettes.
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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

10:00pm (Lounge): Marina and the Dreamboats

MARINA AND THE DREAMBOATS
is the female-bassist-fronted soul band of your dreams, led by Marina Christopher. They are currently working on their first album, which will be released later in 2017. In 2015 their first break-out performance was on CW11’s show Band in Seattle, and they have been delighting audiences all over Seattle ever since.
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Wednesday, January 24th Brad Shepik Organ Trio // Brent Arnold, solo cello & electronics / The General Business Band
7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm: Brad Shepik Organ Trio // Brent Arnold, solo cello & electronics

Brad Shepik: Guitarist/composer Brad Shepik has recorded 9 albums as a leader and has performed at major festivals and clubs across Europe and North America with his groups Brad Shepik Trio, The Commuters, Human Activity. He currently leads the Brad Shepik Organ Trio, The Balkan Peppers with Rom percussionist Seido Salifoski, Rambler with Chris Cheek, Ben Monder and Diego Voglino, and co-leads Flower Starter a duo project with vibraphonist Tom Beckham.

Gary Versace: Since basing himself in New York City in June of 2002, jazz organist, pianist, and accordionist Gary Versace has quickly become one of the busiest and most versatile musicians on the scene, often featured in bands led by musicians such as John Scofield, John Abercrombie, Maria Schneider, Matt Wilson, Eliot Zigmund, Scott Wendholt, Joe Magnarelli, Danny Gottlieb, Seamus Blake, Andy LaVerne, Adam Nussbaum, Brad Shepik, Ingrid Jensen, Tim Ries and many others.

Mark Ferber: Mark Ferber (b. 1975) grew up in Moraga, CA, and began playing piano at the age of four, before moving on to drumming and percussion. Mark attended the University of California in Los Angeles, earning a B.A. in Geography. He has distinguished himself on both coasts and abroad in live performances and recordings.
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Brent Arnold is a cellist and composer whose music incorporates electronics, unorthodox instrumental technique, and elements of rock, jazz, folk, North African, Persian, and Arabic music. He is a founding member of Ghost Quartet with Dave Malloy and created the cello music for the acclaimed show Louie. He has played and collaborated with artists including Aditya Kalyanpur, The Antlers, Reggie Watts, Eyvind Kang, Jessika Kenney, DJ/Rupture, Filastine, Jherek Bischoff, Jessica Pavone, Sleater-Kinney, and Modest Mouse. He studied with violinist Michael White (Pharoah Sanders, John Handy) and cellist Walter Grey (Kronos Quartet) and currently resides in New York City.

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10:00pm (Lounge): The General Business Band

The General Business Band takes care of Business. Plain and simple. Featuring Rob Granfelt (Drums), Antoine Martel (Keys), and Andrew Morrill (Sax), the group plays entirely improvised compositions drawing from a wide array of vocabulary influenced by, yet not limited to, jazz, hip-hop, funk, contemporary classical, and rock. Let this band be the one-time only soundtrack to your night. Witness creation in the moment at its most honest.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Thursday, January 25th Closed for a Private Event
Closed for a Private Event
Friday, January 26th The Moonspinners
8:30pm | Doors at 7:00pm: The Moonspinners

Dig the sound of 60's girl group and beyond?! Then be at the The Royal Room 7:00pm January 26th for Seattle's The Moonspinners with their jukebox of girl group, soul, pop and punk. Bring your dancing shoes.
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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Saturday, January 27th Town Hall Seattle Presents: Mozart Birthday Toast / Django's Birthday
2:00pm | Doors 1:30pm: Town Hall Seattle Presents: Mozart Birthday Toast
Tickets: $15 GA / $10 TH Member
Tickets available here

For Town Hall’s eighth annual toast to Mozart’s birthday, host and curator Byron Schenkman takes his place on the piano for an afternoon performance of classical favorites. He is joined by Angela Draghicescu on piano, Sean Osborn on clarinet, and Liza Zurlinden on violin. Clink glasses of bubbles and enjoy a spread of chocolates in celebration of this legendary composer!

The afternoon’s repertoire will feature: Sonata in F Major, K. 547, for violin and piano; Sonata in E-flat Major, K. 282, for piano; Variations in G Major, K. 501, for piano, four hands; and Quintet in A Major, K. 581, arranged for clarinet and piano.

A glass of champagne (cider for those under 21) is included in each ticket!

Presented by Town Hall Seattle as part of the Arts & Culture series.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

6:00pm | Doors at 5:00pm:Django's Birthday

Gypsy jazz musicians from around Puget Sound will celebrate Django Reinhardt’s 108th birthday with an evening of music. The party will be hosted by two bands, Nuages and Ranger and the ‘Re-Arrangers’, plus other top Seattle Gypsy Jazz musicians will make guest appearances.

Django was an itinerant Gypsy who earned international acclaim in the 1930’s. Many of his compositions became jazz classics and he is considered one of the top guitar soloists of all time. Duke Ellington referred to Django as “the most creative jazz musician to originate anywhere outside the United States.” Decades later, Jerry Garcia said, “Even today, nobody has really come to the state that he was playing at…nobody plays with the whole fullness of expression that Django had.”

Nuages blends the music of Django Reinhardt with modern jazz concepts. Bandleader Michael Gurule plays soprano sax with a fiery passion--it's like Sidney Bechet and Django Reinhardt got together to jam! Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” evoke the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their version of Gypsy jazz. “At the heart of their sound is Ranger Sciacca's sweet violin playing… his sense of melody and daring improvisations” Both groups have performed at North America’s top gypsy jazz festival, Djangofest Northwest.

The evening will feature a mix of swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, and the music of Django Reinhardt. Says Sciacca: “Our goal is to make this a really fun show, featuring as many great Gypsy jazz players as we can.”
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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.
Sunday, January 28th Kūpaoa featuring Hālau Hula O Lono
4:00pm | Doors at 3:30pm: Kūpaoa featuring Hālau Hula O Lono
Tickets: $17 adv/$20 dos
Tickets available from Stranger Tickets

Husband and wife duo, Kellen and Līhau Paik, have been performing as the duet, Kūpaoa, for over a decade. Through the years, they have been honored to receive multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards for their 6 CD releases including: Most Promising Artist (2009), Best Liner Notes (2010), Island Music Album of the Year (2014), Best Hawaiian Language Performance (2014), and Christmas Album of the Year (2015). The title track of their 2013 album, Bumbye, written by Dr. Puakea Nogelmeier, was awarded the coveted Haku Mele award at the 2014 Hōkūs and Kellen was also awarded the same prestigious award in 2009 for a song that he composed with friend, Iokepa Badis. In 2016, the pair released their 7th album, Hoʻokele, an eclectic mix of songs old and new performed in their soothing signature style. As life-long students of Hawaiian language, they enjoy composing and performing their own original songs, in addition to the time-honored favorites that are loved by all. The word "kūpaoa" describes a lasting, permeating fragrance and it is the couple's hope that their music will linger with you, infusing your heart and mind long after their performance is through.

Hālau Hula O Logo brings to life songs of Hawaiʻi, old and new, through their beautiful hula. Dancers of all ages show their love for Hawaiʻi and Hawaiian culture by embodying the spirit of aloha on stage.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

With permanent backline, recording and video, a grand piano and a generous stage, the Royal Room has been designed to serve the musicians and artists who will be performing.

For ticketed events please note: tickets do not guarantee a seat to shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show

The Royal Room has live music seven nights a week, check calendar for opening times.
The Royal Room is all ages until 10pm.