Visit Studio 909

Studio 909, housed in the Musicians Association of Hawaii headquarters, is Honolulu’s premier venue for quality live music presentations in an intimate and informal setting. Designed for highest quality acoustic fidelity, the fully soundproofed and air-conditioned room doubles as performance space and digital recording studio, and can accommodate from one to 100 musicians. When not in use by the Musicians Association membership, the studio is available for rental to the public at fair and competitive rates.

The easily adaptable space can be configured in many ways and is equally suited to host musical and other types of events, such as meetings, workshops, luncheons and dinner parties. The adjoining cocktail foyer area and full-service kitchen are available for receptions and for patrons who wish to prepare their own cuisine or bring in a caterer. Banquet seating and tables can accommodate up to 100 guests.

Our many satisfied clients include the Catering Connection, Hawaii Screen Actors Guild, the People’s Fund, Q-Element, Hawaii Opera Theatre, APWU Hawaii, Honolulu Community Media Council, and Rotary District 5000, among others. For information and a quick tour of the premises, call Kathy Raymond at (808) 596-2121 or e-mail


Upcoming Events:


Saturday, August 30, 7:30 pm

Dmitri Matheny Group

Dmitri Matheny, flugelhorn – Tommy James, piano – Noel Okimoto, drums – Dean Taba, bass

Dmitri Matheny, flugelhorn


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  2. unionadmin

    Thank you for the mention, which I saw just now. Andrew Speight really rocked the house, and that was only the beginning… Studio 909 is really taking off! Please keep checking our calendar of events, and do also follow us on FB and twitter (@909presents). Our e-mail address is

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