Andy Wang has over 10 years experience performing authentic Hawaiian music for corporate events including employee appreciation events, client events, and marketing events in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Whether performing solo, with a group or with Polynesian dancers, we aim to deliver “aloha” and an experience and a variety of music perfectly suited to the venue and crowd.

Andy is truly amazed that the gift of music continues to take him to new places and affords opportunities to meet amazing people. Selected highlights of corporate engagements include:

  • Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa, Marketing event at the Grand Hyatt New York
  • Hawaii Restaurant Association, Chefs of Aloha at the James Beard Foundation, with Chefs Alan Wong and George Mavrothalassitis
  • Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, James Beard House Dinner featuring Chef Chai Chaowasaree
  • The Centurion/New York Residence (Pei Partnership Architects & I.M. Pei), special realtors’ event
  • Private event with hula dancers for Kohala Coast Resort Association at Hilton Short Hills (New Jersey); Westin Essex House (New York)
  • BNY Mellon, Client luau, Westport, CT
  • Roy’s New York, Special dinner by Chef Roy Yamaguchi
  • Cablevision Employee Appreciation Luau
  • American Leisure, Special event at Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town
  • Lua Technologies, Corporate Luau
  • Hawaii Captive Insurance Council, Special conference attendee dinner (Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel, Big Island, Hawaii)
  • Heath Village, Residents’ pool party
  • Kirtland Commons, Residents’ luau

Hula at American Girl Place in New York City

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Skye and I were honored to perform at American Girl Place at 75 Rockefeller Plaza to celebrate the launch of Native Hawaiian doll, Nanea Mitchell. Her character grows up during World War II. We enjoyed performing Hawaiian songs and teaching young girls how to dance hula. We appreciate Nanea’s story

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