The Lensic Performing Arts Center hosts a dazzler on Sunday, March 29, with the group Hapa presenting contemporary Hawaiian music. Hapa’s founder, New Jersey native Barry Flanagan, works with Kapono Na’ili’ili. Thus the duo’s monicker, which means “half” — half Hawaiian and half not. And their sound? Per the group’s website, “Expect to hear hypnotic, liquid guitar runs woven around clear, tenor Hawaiian vocals and immaculate harmonies driven by poetic lyrics exulting the rapture of the Hawaiian landscape, history, and mythology.” To this rich mix, Na’ili’ili and Flanagan add elements of American folk-rock. Guests appearing with Hapa during its 30-year history have included Don Ho and Kenny Loggins, and the band has been featured on PBS and National Geographic’s Geo Sessions . Hapa plays the KiMo Theatre in Albuquerque (421 Central Ave. N.W.) at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 28. Tickets for that show ($10-$30) are available from holdmyticket.com. Hapa plays the Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St., the next night at 7 p.m. Visit www.ticketssantafe.org or call 505-988-1234 for tickets ($15-$30).