From secular to sacred
Teacher, busker and performer and Christian singer-songwriter Peter Shaw is putting on a show this Sunday to raise money for the community.
Shaw, has taught and played music up and down the country for 20 years, has recorded four albums and toured the north of England.
Since moving to Gisborne in 2017, Shaw has taken up musical residencies and put on fundraising concerts for good causes.
A graduate of the Whitireia School of Music, Shaw has played in the Wellington Millennium Festival, Picton Maritime Festival, Jackson Street Fiesta and venues around Gisborne.
This Sunday he will be performing works about his journey from secular to sacred music.
Shaw will be playing acoustic guitar, flute and saxophone, presenting his Christian material as a fundraiser for Guardian Angels, Family Works Tairawhiti.
Before the concert there will be time for a cup of tea and a chat.
The audience is invited to give a koha for Family Works Guardian Angels.
Fundraiser for Family Works Guardian Angels. St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Monday, 4pm. Koha on entry.