Medicis Honolulu Music Jazz

Jazz & Blues

Friday & Saturday is Music Night at Medici's

Regulars such as Tommy James, Pierre Grill, Duane Padilla, Ginai, Shari Lynn, DeShannon Higa, Jimmy Funai, and the Honolulu Jazz Quartet are regularly featured. We also have many up and coming talents such as Grant Carvalho and Harmonic Odyssey. We provide a massive salad bar, pizza by the slice, and a different special entree each day featured by Chef Tim.

Tango Tuesday

Tango and Milonga Instruction and Dancing

Instruction is provided for a very reasonable price, and Milonga comes afterwards where you can dance with whoever meets your fancy. Pizza and soda is provided to make a full evening out of the experience and you can always BYOB.

Chamber Music

Sunday is for the Classics

Come and Enjoy some of your favorite Classical pieces in an acoustically superb setting. Being connected to the Manoa School of Art and Music means we feature the best classical pianists and instrumentalists on the island. Salad Bar and Pizza are available during intermission.

Fine Dining

Are you Hungry?

Events at Medici's normally feature our massive salad bar and pizza by the slice. Most main events (Friday and Saturday Jazz ...) also feature a special entree by Chef Tim such as Shepherd's pie, Indian curry, Meatballs and Pasta, and Clam Chowder.

Upcoming Events

Zumba Class

Fri - Jan 25
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

HAWAIIAN STYLE BAND

Fri - Jan 25
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

In the early ’90s, Hawaiian Style Band, led by Bryan Kessler and Wade Cambern, redefined contemporary Hawaiian music. They offered a fresh musical perspective on local culture with original compositions about living Hawaiian style—about island romance, talking story, ‘ohana, and sovereignty. Their interpretation of Hawaiian language songs re-acquainted music fans with these important compositions. The multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winning band was conceptualized as a revolving band, a collaboration of more than fifty musicians over the course of its three albums: Vanishing Treasures, Rhythm of the Ocean, and  Ohana. Participants included Hawaiian music notables Israel Kamakawiwaʻole; Bla, Cyril, and Martin Pahinui; Fiji; Teresa Bright; the Ka‘au Crater Boys; Del Beazley, and Robi Kahakalau.

For the 26th anniversary celebration of Vanishing Treasures, Robi joins Bryan and Wade in delivering the distinctive vocal harmony of Hawaiian Style Band. Robi has since released five solo albums, earning her multiple Hōkū awards, including Female Vocalist of the Year. Her collaborative project with Sean Na‘auao was among the finalists for a Grammy Award. Bryan Kessler and Wade Cambern wrote and produced Hawaiian Style Band's first three albums. Bryan has gone on to produce and perform on twelve albums in Japan and Hawaii. He contributed a selection to the 2005 compilation album Slack Key Volume 2 which went on to win Hawaii's first Grammy Award. Wade Cambern has enjoyed a rich career as composer and lyricist of beloved songs such as “Let’s Talk Story,” “Rhythm of the Ocean,” “Live A Little,” and “Love and Honesty.” Wade Cambern has collaborated with many of Hawaii’s iconic musical figures, including Israel Kamakawiwo‘ole with whom he and Bryan co-wrote “Living In A Sovereign Land.”

Performing hits from their first two CDs as well as songs from each of their solo CDs, Bryan, Wade, and Robi will be joined by bassist, Alex Morrison as Hawaiian Style Band Quartet 2018​.

Ohana Arts Fundraiser Party

Sat - Jan 26
6:00 PM

Manoa School of Music Student Recital

Sun - Jan 27
3:00 PM

Please visit our Event page for complete descriptions of all of our events.

Gallery

Honolulu Jazz Quartet
Jazz Club Loft
Pacific Harp Project
Jazz Club B ar
Tango Milonga Dance