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Piotr Krupa – A Krakow Troubadour in Oxford.

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Piotr Krupa in Oxford

By: An interview by Jolanta Ryba 19 February 2013

 
Piotr Krupa, aged 50, is one of Poland’s foremost poets and musicians. He is a leading example of the Polish troubadour style of music, in the use of guitar and harmonica. In addition, he is director of a Polish cultural centre in the town of Chobot near the country’s artistic capital of Krakow. Piotr has appeared regularly on Polish radio and television with much acclaim.

Recently, this well-known troubadour was invited by Oxford’s Polish Association to perform his unique yet popular style of music for many of Oxford Polish community, homesick for Polish culture at their Saint Valentine’s Day Concert. http://www.oxfordprospect.co.uk/Piotr-Krupa-A-Krakow-Troubadour-in-Oxford.html

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