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Cupola Album Launch Party

Doors and Pre-Show entertainment from 7pm

Guildhall Theatre

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Sun 24 May 2015

Tickets: £10 More price information

Running Time: 1 hour 50 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).

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About the event

Doug Eunson, Sarah Matthews and Oli Matthews play English and European dance music and English songs in three part harmony. Incorporating melodeons, hurdy gurdy, saxophones, clarinet, fiddle and viola. Together, these three highly talented musicians and singers weave intricate harmonies and beautiful melodies.

This special Album Launch Party sees the release of their second album ROAM. They are really excited about performing tracks from the new album for this one-off concert, and ROAM CDs will be sold at a reduced price of ONLY £8 for this occasion. There will also be some surprise events outside and in the foyer to kick-start the evening.


Cupola are always a fantastic group to hear play and have as part of any event. The playing of all three members is superb, but certainly not in a clinical way – it is full of warmth, energy and what comes across as a genuine love of what they do – meaning you feel instantly drawn in to the music, and the musicians themselves. They leave audiences talking about them, and fellow musicians singing their praises! Folk Festival Organiser

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Dates & Tickets

Cupola Album Launch Party

Sun 24 May 2015, 7pm

£10

Reviews

Cupola are always a fantastic group to hear play and have as part of any event. The playing of all three members is superb, but certainly not in a clinical way – it is full of warmth, energy and what comes across as a genuine love of what they do – meaning you feel instantly drawn in to the music, and the musicians themselves. They leave audiences talking about them, and fellow musicians singing their praises! Folk Festival Organiser

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