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Annie Kamiya

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Curtis Kamiya

Curtis is the music director of Mango Season. He received musical training and mentorship in guitar and voice at Punahou School, and further pursued his love of acting and music at the University of Puget Sound where he earned a degree in both music and theatre. There he met Annie, his wife and musical partner in Mango Season.

They lived in Seattle and San Francisco before finally settling in Curtis’ hometown of Honolulu in 2008. In the early 2000s, Curtis explored his musical passion as a solo artist and songwriter releasing two albums under his Lonesome Picker label — You Can Close Your Eyes (2001) and 21st and Geary (2005).

In 2008 Annie and Curtis starting performing together professionally as Mango Season. Mango Season performs extensively in and around Honolulu, with particular focus on the wedding industry. Curtis has also produced two albums with Mango Season including Flying Home (2013) and Point Panic (2017) which was nominated for a Na Hoku Hanohano award for best R&B album in 2018.

 

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