“Her voice is pure. Her movements, powerful. In an increasingly modern world, this is how she connects to the Island of Hawaii. To the snowcapped mountains of Maunakea. To the rolling, green hills of Waimea. To the primordial, black lava rock of Kilauea.” —
The Primal Power of Hula
In an interview, Kumu Hula (and artist extraordinaire) Kaumakaiwa Kanaka’ole said, “For the native, for the Kanaka Hawaii, hula is the bridge to our authenticity and our identity.”
She is authentic.
Read the full interview on GoHawaii.com.