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MAUI POPS ORCHESTRA - -SPRING POPS

ROARING '20’s with vocalists GINGER PAULEY & MATT TOLENTINO

Sunday, Mar 17 2024, 3:00 PM

Castle Theater

The MACC will be collecting donations for the Maui Food Bank during this event. We ask that our patrons bring needed items for those impacted by the wildfires. Donation bins will be located near the MACC's main entry gates.


Maui Pops Orchestra steps back in time to delight in the music of the 1920’s. Featuring vocalists Ginger Pauley and Matt Tolentino – both of whom specialize in music of this era – join us for this look back to a more carefree time when the Charleston was all the rage and radio had just begun broadcasting music across the country.
An entertaining history lesson!

GINGER PAULEY  is from Los Angeles, California, and has been singing in bands and orchestras for over 15 years. She was the Lead singer in The Crazy Rhythm Hot Society Orchestra, The Mike Henebry Orchestra, The Swing Era Orchestra, and also leads her own band, Ginger & The Hoosier Daddys. She has worked as a performer for Disney and Universal Studios for over 20 years.
Ginger is also an actress and hosts her own network tv show, Vintage America With Ginger, on Amazon Prime and Tubi.
You may also recognize her from comedy sketches on The CONAN (O’Brien) Show. Ginger had a leading role in the National Tour of The Three Stooges Live and is embarking on her first Australian Tour in October 2023.
After a few years in the making, Ginger is grateful for this collaborative opportunity and is excited to finally be playing with the Maui Pops Orchestra!










MATT TOLENTINO is a true multi-instrumentalist, he plays accordion, piano, clarinet, saxophone, banjo, guitar, tuba, and vibraphone. As a vocalist, Matt has been praised for capturing the flavor and spirit of the 1920s and 1930s with sincerity and authenticity. His ensembles include small combos and two fourteen-piece outfits – The Singapore Slingers Orchestra and The New Liberty Dance Orchestra – both specializing in the music of 1895 to 1935. Some recent performance highlights include the Transatlantic Ragtime Romp aboard the Queen Mary 2, wherein he took a ten-piece ragtime orchestra on the high seas for seven days of music, song, and dance.












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Pre-concert food & beverages available beginning at 1:00 pm. CLICK HERE for the menu.