Award winning Dina Preston Band currently in Fiji

Award winning Dina Preston Band currently in Fiji

By Semi Turaga
Friday 01/07/2016
Dina Preston Band with the local artists at the US Embassy (Photo: US Embassy Facebook Page)

The award winning Dina Preston Band is currently in Fiji as part of American Independence Day anniversary celebrations by the US Embassy in Fiji. 

They were invited to perform throughout Fiji and Kiribati and the goal of their tour is to expose authentic American music genres such as country, rock, and blues in Fiji.

The band performed at official celebrations at the US Embassy in Tamavua yesterday.

Lead singer, Dr. Dina Preston‑Ortiz will also be lecturing and offering master classes at FNU Lautoka and also USP in global entrepreneurship, small business music management. 

Ortiz along with her band members will also be lecturing on American pop music business.

The award winning band has received many distinguish service awards for their work abroad, including The United Nations Protection Force Distinguished Service in support of Peace Keeping Operations.

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