In the 1970s, Robert Cazimero was instrumental in the resurgence of Hawaiian music and culture. That resurgence began a career that, almost thirty years later, is stronger than ever. Musician, composer, kumu hula, with an elegant voice that is both distinctive and incomparable his work in all of these areas is well-known throughout the world.
On his own and with his late brother Roland, as The Brothers Cazimero, Robert has released over 30 albums over the past three decades. The success of these records is evident in the high rotation that they shave on local radio today. Fans of Robert and The Brothers Cazimero boast a complete collection of all CDs and tapes.
Robert Cazimero is one of the most respected kumu (teacher) of Hawaiian dance today, and his dancers, the men of Na Kamalei, appear around the world in locales such as Carnegie Hall in New York City, the World Expo in Brisbane, Australia, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and annually in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle to sold out crowds.
The many talents of Robert Cazimero have established him as a benchmark in Hawaiian music and culture.