Join musicians and song-writers Maiya Robbie and Tavis Weir for a creative exploration of environmental and climate issues through the lens of songwriting and poetry. Participants will learn some basics as well as have an opportunity to create/start a piece or have an existing piece mentored. This workshop is for ages 14 through 25 (exceptions considered).
Admission is $15 (Evening performance free for youth/student). There are limited spaces available for this workshop – make sure you sign up quick!
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Maiya Robbie is a well-known songwriter and performer who’s music features crafted poetic lyricism and an authentic, original voice. Maiya currently teaches at Penticton Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and is teacher and creative director of Little Tree Music Together.
Tavis Weir is a Canadian songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Penticton. Tavis’ original music features effortless vocal melodies held up by an intricate web of fingerpicking guitar or the rhythms of clawhammer banjo. Tavis currently teaches guitar at Penticton Academy of Music.
Tavis and Maiya perform as solo artists, as a duo, and in collaborate with many other musicians and bands, including most recently, The Screendoors.
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Registrations are closed for this event.