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Music in the Market Place

Go Epsom has teamed up with MGSO4, the organisation behind the arts festival, to bring some live music to Epsom Market Place. Featuring a different  fantastic professional act every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday lunchtime through August into September. For more information please visit:

Image: Music in the Market PlaceFriday 28 August - Melodic Panman
Magaron Destang is a Steel drum player, soloist, singer and guitarist. He plays a mix of genres including Caribbean music, pop and reggae.

Sunday 30 August - Raul D'Oliveira Duo
Internationally renowned trumpeter, percussionist and vocalist, Raul has played with Elton John, Wham, Mike Oldfield, Joan Armatrading, Cliff Richard, Mica Paris and Boy George amongst others. Greatly in demand as a session player and educator, he is a master of all things Latin!

Wednesday 2 September - Jonny Hepbir Duo
Internationally renowned, hailing from the deep south of England and specialising in a vibrant mix of gypsy swing, jazz and funky latin, played on an all-acoustic line-up of two guitars.Recent appearances include the Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois Sur Seine in France and Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival.

Friday 4 September - Smokestack (Duo)
For 25 years this roots and blues outfit has performed at venues and blues festivals in both Europe and the UK, including sharing the bill with BookerT and the MG's, Nina Simone, Peter Green, Taj Mahal at the UK's legendary Bishopstock blues festival.

Sunday 6 September - ‘It Had To Be Two'
Following the great examples of love set out by the likes of Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael, Bach & Beethoven, classical pianist Nadine André & jazz drummer Paul Cavaciuti create a unique blend of music from 19th Century Europe & 20th Century America that set a fine example of how to live in perfect harmony, both on and off stage.


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