“The Planet can Save Itself”, a musical evening with well-known local musicians Maiya Robbie and Tavis Weir, joined by special guests and workshop participants.
Admission is $20.50 or $30.75 for Saturday & Sunday performances. Student admission is $10.
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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.
Special Guest – Raven Wood – take a journey with profession singer, song writer and performer Raven Wood through the past in “It’s Time for Change” . A long time ago when the world was young she would go pick fresh wild berries along side her kukom (grandmother) on the untouched cree lands of the treaty 6 territories, on to the present the struggle becomes real when you can even find a sale on real strawberries in the local grocery store. she could only wonder how the world will be for generations to come….? sit back and enjoy the unique perspective that this talented artist has on climate change accompanied by rge electrifying sounds on original traditional music …
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