Vancouver Island roots music group Three Worlds – comprising award-winning guitarist Brad Prevedoros, acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Greg Joy, and percussion master Brad Hawkes – will be performing at Kittly Coleman Woodland Gardens Aug.31, as part of the Artisans’ Festival.
Collectively the trio has over 100 years of performing experience, produced over 20 albums with a million copies sold worldwide and has earned a number of music award nominations.
Greg Joy brings a fusion of Celtic, baroque, and folk-rock to the mix through his mastery of the hammered dulcimer, flute and guitar.
Brad Hawkes has performed and recorded with many artists on Vancouver Island adding his special organic character, style, variety and sensitivity on a number of different percussion instruments including a stringed flamenco cajon.
Guitarist Brad Prevedoros, renowned for his instrumental virtuosity and exuberant live performances, brings the Latin, jazz and flamenco element to this shared musical adventure that is grounded in many traditions and yet, brand new.
The trio will perform throughout the day, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 31.
Brad Prevedoros will play solo throughout Monday (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.).
Admission to the festival is $10 ($8 for seniors).