The girl of folk artists Pete and Sue, Lucy Castle (b. Britain) took violin lessons at age eight. Quickly she was associated her dad after switching from traditional to traditional folk materials. Her formal education continuing with studies using the Bedfordshire Youngsters Orchestra, Chetham’s College Of Music in Manchester after that London’s City College or university. After trips of Romania and Hungary in 1992 and 1993 she came back to Britain to discover that Romanian music group Iza had been playing in Nottingham. Invited to take part in their concerts, she came back to Romania later on in Oct 1993 to try out with Iza’s innovator, Ioan Pop. Pop got previously spent a decade dealing with Romanian folk group Maramuresul, before becoming a member of two award earning duos, Cintarea and Ronamiei. More than a protracted 10 month period Castle performed alongside Pop at town weddings and celebrations, learning on a regular basis from the cultural customs of Transylvanian music. Time for Britain in 1994, Pop, Lucy and her dad Pete, a veteran from the folk circuit for over 2 decades and previously a collaborator with Bengali musician Aroti Biswas, produced their debut like a carrying out trio – Popeluc – in the 1994 Broadstairs Event. Using traditional ‘maramure’ tools; fiddle, zongara (maramure acoustic guitar) and doba (tabor), they released their debut recording, Maramures ETC, in 1995. Nevertheless, concurrent touring was produced difficult due to visa complications experienced by Pop.