There is a Grammy-glimmer that shines in our releases this year. From the Grammy-nominated St. Lawrence String Quartet’s collaboration with Stanford University; to the powerful vocals of Taiwanese aboriginal Wu Hao-en who enthralled with his performance on a previously nominated World Music album; to an all-original Hawaiian album—a voyage home to my roots after a hiatus spent exploring our world in song.
I’d be honored if you’d take a few minutes to hear the harvests of our journey through these rich cultures, traditions, and classics.
Aloha pumehana, Daniel


Legends of Passage
(Wu Hao-en & The Daniel Ho Trio)

Randy Drake: drums
Steve Billman: bass

Producers: Daniel Ho, Wu Hao-en, Wu Judy Chin-tai


Joseph Haydn: Nelson Mass & Symphony No. 102 arr. Salomon

(St. Lawrence String Quartet; Stanford Chamber Chorale; Stanford Chamber Strings; Christine Brandes, soprano; Danielle Reutter-Harrah, mezzo-soprano; David Kurtenbach, tenor; Jeffrey Fields, baritone; Tara O'Connor, flute; George Barth, fortepiano)

Produced by:
Stephen M. Sano & Daniel Ho

"Students and professionals join forces in the recording studio at Stanford's Bing Concert Hall" - Stanford News, 3/5/15


Aukahi: Flowing Harmony
(Daniel Ho)


Produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Daniel Ho