Prevedoros at Char’s Landing

Solo acoustic guitarist Brad Prevedoros will be returning to Char’s Landing (4815 Argyle St.) in Port Alberni, on Friday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.

Solo acoustic guitarist Brad Prevedoros will be returning to Char’s Landing (4815 Argyle St.) in Port Alberni, on Friday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.

He will perform selections from his newest CD Silhouette released this month.

Prevedoros is renowned for his instrumental virtuosity, exuberant live performances, original compositions and innovative interpretation of works by other composers.

His repertoire of multi-genre music engages his audience through a mix of jazz, Latin, pop, classical, Celtic, and folk.

Please call 250-730-1636 to reserve. Advance tickets cost $12 (seniors/students $10). Drop-ins add $3 at the door.

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