UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

DEEP COVE FOLK
Friday Sept 8th 2017
St John's United Church
10990 West Saanich Road, Deep Cove, BC V8L 5R9
Admission $10

NANAIMO FOLK CONNECTION
Friday Sept 15th 2017
Hope Lutheran Church
2174 Departure Bay Road
Info: 250 591-6883
Nanaimofolkconnection.gmail.com



RAICA LESU

To order the CD “RAICA LESU”
please email penit@telus.net Cost is $25. Thank you for your support

“Raica Lesu” pronounced “raytha lehsoo” means “looking back” and is a collection of favourite traditional Fijian songs. Peni recorded this CD to raise funds for the Fiji Australia Community Development Incorporated, an organization which aims to create a Fijian Cultural Centre in Sydney, Australia to teach the Australian-born children of Fijians about their culture, foods, crafts etc.

RECENT PERFORMANCES

April 1 2016
Metchosin Community House

January 10 2016
Victoria Folk Music Society
Norway House

June 9 2013
Victoria Folk Music Society Coffee House
Norway House
Victoria, BC

May 18 2013
Rotuman Cultural Evening, Nanaimo BC

May 11 2013
Highlands Coffee House
Caleb Pike Heritage Park

June 16 2012
A benefit concert for Pacific People's Partnerships
Oak Bay High Auditorium
Featuring Pacific Poi Boys with Tradewinds and Pearls of the South Pacific.

June 2 2012
Polynesian Luau, Burnaby
St Helen's Church Cultural Hall

August 7 2011
Art & Music at Glendale
Glendale Gardens

January 29, 2011
Waitangi Day at Blethering Place

December 5, 2010
Victoria Folk Music Society Coffeehouse

August 15, 2010
Victoria Dragon Boat Races

Feb 5, 2010
Waitangi Day at Blethering Place

July 19, 2009
Music in the Park
Beacon Hill Park Bandshell
with the Aloha Dancers



Tradewinds members Alan Law, Joe Fuailefau, Maureen Campbell, Peni Tavutonivalu, Noa Molia

Experience South Pacific charm with the relaxing sounds of Tradewinds, bringing you the music of Western Samoa, New Zealand, Rotuma, Hawai’i and Fiji.

We are a Victoria B.C. band blending an extraordinary diversity of musical backgrounds. We promise a memorable performance as we present the haunting music of the South Pacific in the indigenous languages and English.

Tradewinds with the Aloha Dancers