Pavlo, Greek God of Guitar at the Clarke

Greek-Canadian musician and composer is one of Canada’s most popular instrumental soloists

Pavlo

Celebrating the release of his ninth studio album, Six String Blvd, Pavlo is making a stop in Mission as part of his world tour.

This Greek-Canadian musician and composer is the most successful independent artist to come out of Canada, performing more than 150 shows per year.

With two gold albums, Pavlo and Fantasia, he has sold over half a million records worldwide.

Pavlo has a long list of credentials including World Artist of the Year (2005), Touring Artist of the Year (2006) and a nomination at the Juno’s for Best Instrumental Album of the Year (2000).

As strong as his dedication to his craft is his dedication to children.  Pavlo is a spokesperson for World Vision, embracing their way of empowering women, infusing confidence in young children and aiding those in need without stepping on their dignity or personal beliefs.

Pavlo is known for gifting his guitar to someone in the audience at every concert.

This will be a stirring night of music and dance. Don’t miss the fabulous Greek God of Guitar, Pavlo, as he comes to the Clarke Theatre in Mission.

Pavlo plays with guest Luke McMaster on Monday, April 30. Advance tickets are on sale for $34.50 through Ticketmaster.Doors at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30.

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