Kēhaulani Hula Studio (KHS) has grown into a place of reference for its students. KHS in partnership with local organizations within the Hawaiian Community in Utah and now in California, offers our students as well as the general public a means of staying connected to their Hawaiian roots or to foster their love of Hawai’i.
KHS offers it’s students a place to connect to Hawai’i’s culture and history through hula, chant, and research. To build character and strength.
KHS has performed in prestigious celebrations and hula competitions, as Hālau Keahiokamalulani at the Prince Lot Hula Festival, The King Kamehameha Chant and Hula Competition, Hula Pākahi, Las Vegas Hula Competition, King Kamehameha Day Parade, Molokaʻi Ka Hula Piko, King Kalākaua Keiki Hula Competition, Aloha Week Royal Ball, Aloha Week Festivals, The Aloha Bowl, Kalaupapa Celebrations, the 2002 Winter Olympics, the Chase House Summer Concert Series, Living Traditions
More recent activities:, Krug Winery, George Na’ope Hula Festival in Sacramento,CA, Ka Hula Hou in Oakland, CA, George Kahumoku Concert in Santa Rosa, WIne Country ‘Ukulele Festival in St. Helena, Ka ‘Aha Hula ‘O Halauaola on Kaua’i, Hawai’i, hālau exchanges and more.
Kēhaulani Hula Studio welcomes any and all who appreciate “All things Hawaiian!”
“I Hāmama ka ʻīpuka no ke kanaka e mahalo aku ai i nā mea Hawaiʻi!”