Corbin Brothers offer musical diversity

The Corbin Brothers will perform at Fraser River Heritage Park on June 24, as part of the Envision Twilight Concert Series. The Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers take over the stage on June 29 from 7 to 8 p.m.

The Corbin Brothers will perform at Fraser River Heritage Park on June 24, as part of the Envision Twilight Concert Series.

The trio consists of 18-year-old Marco on guitar and vocals, 15-year-old drummer Tony, and 17-year-old bassist Robbie, a two-time Vancouver Guitar Show champion. They perform everything from reggae and ska, to classic rock and jazz fusion.

Solomon Janzen, 18, and singer Lindsay Lloyd will join the group on stage.

The Art in the Park program features the aboriginal art of Nancy Arcand, glass blown beadwork and jewelry from Ania Kyte, Luke Gregson’s unconventional art from construction materials, and mixed media art from Paul Hope.

Twilight welcomes the Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers to the stage on June 29 from 7 to 8 p.m.

The group will perform old time Canadian and traditional songs such as Maple Sugar, Irish Washerwoman, Whiskey Before Breakfast and Chinese Breakdown.

Admission to the concerts are free, but donations are encouraged.