Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-05-22 01:24:23 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — AARP will be hosting a free virtual concert with Jake Shimabukuro on Thursday, May 27, to celebrate the Asian Pacific American (AAPI) Heritage Month.
This performance is sponsored by the AARPA API community and celebrates the AAPI storyteller’s point of view.
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Shimabukuro also uses concerts to emphasize the connection between health and music. It will be held on May 27th at 2:00 pm and requires pre-registration.
“We were all able to use music a little more in our lives. According to AARP research, music helps reduce stress, raise mood and stimulate movement. Music Can also promote social interaction through activities such as singing, dancing and playing together. “
Shimabukuro will sing and play the ukulele, and will perform a concert that combines elements of jazz, funk, rock, bluegrass and folk.
click here Pre-register.Participants do not have to be AARP members
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