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Peter Shaindlin was born on 11 December, 1957 in New York, New York, United States, is a Chief Operating Officer, Halekulani Corporation.

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Occupation Chief Operating Officer, Halekulani Corporation
Age 63 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 11 December 1957
Birthday 11 December
Birthplace New York, New York, United States

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One of six male siblings, Shaindlin is a son of Jack Shaindlin, the iconic late film composer and 20th Century Fox musical director. He has two daughters, Valerie Brett Shaindlin and Lana ‘Svetlana’ Sophia Shaindlin, and a son, Jack Henry Seitz Shaindlin. His brother, Timothy Joseph Shaindlin, is the noted opera coach, conductor, operatic translator and linguist at Yale Opera, Yale University.


Shaindlin has played an active role in the arts and culture community in Hawaii and abroad for more than a decade, facilitating philanthropic efforts and initiatives through the encouragement of partnerships between arts and culture institutions. He spearheaded Halekulani Corporation’s arts and culture partnerships including ʻIolani Palace, Hawaii Symphony, the Bishop Museum and Hawaii POPS, Chamber Music Hawaii, Hawaii Theatre, Hawaii Opera Theater, University of Hawaii, Pacific New Media, Hawaii Book & Music Festival, Honolulu Museum of Art, Liljestrand House, Shangri La (Doris Duke) and title sponsorship of the Hawaii International Film Festival. For these efforts, Halekulani Corporation was a 2017 recipient of the BCA-10 Awards of America for the Arts in Washington, DC.

In April 2017, his most recent European work was presented in Deuxmers Publishing’s Volume II of its cyclical publication TWO SEAS, ‘Berlin: The Living and the Dead’, a photographic montage consolidating three years of black and white photography of the city of Berlin (2014-2016), launched in conjunction with a solo exhibition of the same work in Honolulu, Hawaii at Outpost Gallery.

His jazz composition Notre Amour with lyrics by Peter Shaindlin and Dawn Herron and arranged by Grammy Award winner Bill Cunliffe is recorded on the 2017 Na Hoku Hanohano Jazz Album of the Year ‘Between the Music and the Moon’ (June 2016) featuring Maggie Herron. In 2016 he co-founded an experimental musical ensemble with jazz and other influences, ‘Drift,’ based in Honolulu, Hawaii, which has featured the musical artists T’altosh on electric guitar, Will DiMartino on drums, and Ryan Lee Videgaard on acoustic bass. His classical trumpet studies at Mannes School of Music in the late 1970s were with William Vacchiano, Melvyn Broiles and Murray Karpilovsky, along with subsequent tutelage in the jazz idiom by Eddie Barefield, Tommy Turrentine, Ahmed Abdul-Malik, and Danny Stiles.


He has four published books by Deuxmers LLC: the novella Citizen Steele (based on the Tractatus of Ludwig Wittgenstein), and three volumes of poetry: 18 Passions, Joys and Sorrows and The Swans of Pergusa. Shaindlin’s newest book, ‘Ravens, Nights,’ collected poems written between 2016 and 2017, is to be released in 2019. Shaindlin was a featured writer at the 2017 Hawaii Book & Music Fair where he lectured on the western poetic canon, and performed a reading of poets featuring selections by Clare, MacNeice, Lucretius, Yeats, Rexroth, Mallarmé, Kingston and Neruda as well as his own work. He assisted Omer Kursat in the translations of selected Turkish poetry by ‘Second New’ poets for the book Keep the Change, published in December 2018 by Deuxmers Publishing LLC.


Peter Shaindlin is a luxury hospitality executive, currently Chief Operating Officer of Halekulani Corporation, a hotel group in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.Holding a postgraduate Diploma in Global Business from University of Oxford’s SAID Business School in the United Kingdom, he is also an internationally recognized cultural critic and active worldwide keynote speaker on luxury-related, arts, philosophical and cultural topics. He has been a visiting fellow and research scholar at University of Oxford’s Harris Manchester College SRI since 2014, specializing in scholarship on the leadership and sustainability of “iconic institutions”.


An established fine art photographer, Shaindlin’s work is represented by Westwood Gallery in New York City since 2012, and has been exhibited at major American art fairs including ART MIAMI and ART WYNWOOD. His work was featured in Westwood Gallery’s 2017 exhibition ‘Pacific to Atlantic: Contemporary Artists/Hawaii.


His undergraduate university studies began in 1975 at Mannes School of Music followed by New York University, and eventually postgraduate diploma completion in Global Business at the University of Oxford. During his studies at Mannes he concurrently studied creative writing and poetry under Henry Shapiro at Marymount College in New York City.