Cowichan Valley Arts & Wine Festival 2017: Charlotte Haggart, Donna Birtwistle, Ed Peekeekoot , Christy Vanden, Cari Burdett, Phil Newns

Sun. May 21st 2017 12:00pm - 5:00pm doors at 11:00am (All Ages)

Charlotte Haggart

Charlotte works with oils and other media to create images that are expressionistic and semi abstract in a variety of themes. more info

Donna Birtwistle "Wistle's Art Studio" (Wildlife Artist)

"Wistle's Art Studio" Donna Birtwistle is a Wildlife Artist using Pastels and Water Colour Pencils and Paints. Her Mill Bay home gives the perfect location for viewing and filming sea birds and life activities near the ocean. She has recently been exploring the fascinating qualities of Pastels.  Her Art is hanging in many private collections... more info

Ed Peekeekoot (Native Flute, Finger Style Country & Western)

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Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and story-teller, Ed Peekeekoot is a skilled and seasoned performer. He has a timeless kind of cool that appeals to audiences of all ages. Ed’s performances go from blazing guitar work to foot-stomping fiddle and haunting Native flute – all sprinkled with his Cree humour and philosophy. He takes people ... more info

Cari Burdett

Cari Burdett lives through music. She mixes dashing personal energy, passion for community, and love of collaboration into her diverse musical outpourings as a vocalist, producer, teacher and collaborator. Cari has a significant background in operatic and vocal training. She graduated from McGill University and earned her Master’s of Music Per... more info

Phil Newns

Although classically trained, Phil Newns is better known as a jazz pianist, vocalist, bandleader and educator. He studied music at the University of Natal in South Africa and later at the University of Toronto. Phil spent many years on the cabaret circuit as a professional musician in South Africa and neighbouring African countries including Swazil... more info
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