Photos of Kaliko Beamer-Trapp


Kaliko teaches ʻukulele chords at Aloha Music Camp, Keauhou, Kona.
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Above: Kaliko teaches beginning ʻukulele chords at Aloha Music Camp, Keauhou, Kona.
Below: Kaliko always has lots of fun teaching class.

Kaliko likes to have fun while teaching
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Kaliko accepts an award on behalf of Aunty Nona for the Childrens Music Network, 2006
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Above: Kaliko accepts the esteemed Magic Penny Award on behalf of Aunty Nona Beamer for the Children's Music Network, 2006. Please read this article for more information.

Kaliko loves to explain all about the Pepeke in Hawaiian grammar
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Above: Kaliko loves to explain all about the Pepeke in Hawaiian grammar. The Pepeke idea was thought up by Pila and Kauanoe Wilson in Hilo in the 1980s and is the best way to describe Hawaiian sentence patterns at the beginner level to both L1 (native) and L2 (second-language learning) students.

Kaliko poses for friends at Lanaʻi ʻUkulele Festival 2012
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Above: Kaliko poses for friends before performing at Ken Burgmaier's 2nd Annual Lanaʻi ʻUkulele Festival, April 2012. See this site for more information.

Kaliko spends time with his very good friend, Morisi, in the Marquesas, Summer 2011
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Above: Kaliko spends time with his very good friend, Morisi Roʻotuehine, in the Marquesas Islands, Summer 2011.

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