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On the day before Christmas, a group of students from the University of Washington will perform a special concert at the Zither Instrument Museum.
The Zither Museum is an educational institution dedicated to the musical instrument and to the performance of it in the Seattle area.
The museum hosts concerts for students, faculty and the general public and hosts concerts, concerts and concerts again next year.
The Zither is the largest musical instrument museum in the world and is open to the public.
The band playing for the concert is called the Kookaburra, a Hawaiian group known for their unique and powerful instrument.
The band is named after Kooka, the Hawaiian word for wind, and its drummer is named Kookah.
“I don’t know if you have ever heard of a Kookabeer, but it’s really a Hawaiian instrument, with a little bit of an American twist,” said Sarah Kwan, the director of the museum.
“We’ve got a lot of Hawaiian songs, so that’s a little different than some other instruments.”
The Kookabaneri will perform the Kukumakua, a very slow and delicate piece of Hawaiian music.
The instrument is named for the island of Kuku.
“It’s an incredibly beautiful and complex instrument,” said Kwan.
“It’s got some really interesting rhythms and sounds and scales.
It’s very delicate.
It has a very, very delicate sound.”
Kookabura will be performed by a Hawaiian band called the Ka Kukunua.
“You can hear some of these rhythms and some of the sounds in the performance,” said Ka Kukeua.
“That’s a really beautiful thing.”
For more information about the Kukeaua, visit kukumukuna.org or call 1-877-744-3200.
The first performance is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17, at 8:00 p.m. in the Kaleena Center.
The second performance is slated for Friday at 9:00 a.m., at the Sibley Hall in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.
The third performance is on Sunday, Dec, 20, at 7:00 P.M. at the Seattle Center.
The fourth performance is Saturday, Dec 21, at 6:00p.m, at the Queen Anne Civic Center.
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