What an amazing venue National Trust Calke Abbey was for The Auricula Suite album launch concert. A beautiful setting, superb acoustics, a sunny day at last, and a lovely audience. Thanks to all. Here we are just before the show, at the oldest Auricula Theatre in England. Thanks to all!
Press Article: We are delighted to announce that following last year’s sell out première, the first Auricula Suite concert of 2013 will be at the home of England’s oldest surviving Auricula Theatre; Derbyshire’s beautiful Calke Abbey on Saturday 20th April 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm. The gardens will be open 6pm – 7pm so you can take a wander and visit the auricula theatre.
Written by Richard & Louise Duffy-Howard and performed by The My Ancestors were French ensemble Rich & Lou (guitars and vocals), Amanda Lowe (hammer dulcimer) and Quentin Budworth (hurdy gurdy).
All tickets £12.00 (includes a glass of punch on arrival) available online or from Calke Abbey
The concert was be held in the Riding Stable and accompanied by Josephine Beattie’s beautiful fabric auricula hangings.
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