I am having a great weekend in Edmonton. Played at the VOM Missions Conference yesterday. Was moved by the stories of persecuted Christians in North Korea. Also had an amazing time at Millwoods Assembly this morning at their two morning services (sold out of CD’s!) Many God-sightings today to confirm I am supposed to be here – met two Nigeria families at my product table who were thrilled to talk to a white African “brother from another mother” (Iyale, Nigeria is my birthplace). I plan to connect with my niece, Elissa Dick (daughter of my brother and sister-in-law: Brenton and Margaret). She studies Opera at U of A. Looking forward to our visit. I’ll be playing at an Emerging Generation Church Service tonight at Millwoods called The Project. Will be lot’s of fun. More soon. TD
Trevor Dick is a popular electric and acoustic violinist. His playing evokes images of Jean Luc Ponty, Hugh Marsh, Mark O’Connor and Mark Wood (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) all melded together.
About The Band
Award-winning instrumentalist Trevor Dick and his long-time bandmates have entered new territory with the introduction of the Trevor Dick Band’s debut album, New World. This world/jazz/folk fusion project with classical and modern pop/rock underpinning takes you from Africa to Latin America to Europe and North America, erasing all borders.
New World is interesting, experimental, and improvisational. It is complex music, yet accessible to the average listener. We plan to perform this music internationally at Folk, Jazz, Blues and World Music Festivals.