A little taste of Europe at Dunsden village hall
Friday, 15 September.
Following on from last November’s sell-out performance, Chloe Levaillant returns to Dunsden village hall on Friday, 15 September. This time she will be accompanied by Gabriel Soler on cello: an acoustic duo offering a mix of guitar, vocals and percussion. Their songs, written by Chloe are a vibrant blend of folk and jazz. Together these two young artists offer unique music, influenced by Chloe’s Franco-British and Gabriel’s Argentinian roots.
Their repertoire is a combination of original songs written in French, English and Spanish, as well as their own interpretations of well-known cover songs.
Chloé’s tour de force is singing opera, whilst highlining between mountain peaks. Her fourth album Footsteps has just been released. She shines during live performances: Levaillant provides her audience with an immersive experience that is near impossible to break away from. Fatea Records
Doors will open at 19.30 and the music will start at 20.00. Tickets are £15 each and you have the option of pre-ordering plates of food. There will be a bar with a choice of drinks, including French wine of course. If you would like to come, please buy your tickets at https://bit.ly/taste-europe. 10% of profits will go to Crisis UK.