Dear Camille and Kennerly,
The harp must be the very hardest musical instrument to learn to play well, and you are both beyond exceptionally brilliant. My question is two-fold 1. Why did you both choose the harp as your preferred instrument and 2. what age did you both start to learn to play the harp?
Lastly, just a massive thank you for your uniqueness and your fantastic music - the sets / places that you have found to perform in and the costumes you have chosen are just beautiful. I have never seen anything so 'magical'.
From England with love, thanks and very best wishes to you both in everything that you do.
I look forward very much indeed to bringing my family to see you perform 'live'.
Hi Phil! Thank you for your kind words of support! We're so glad that you enjoy our music and videos! Harp is a difficult instrument to play well, but to us it is worth the effort! :) :)
We started playing harp in middle school after we had already been playing piano for years. We were both really drawn to the beauty of the harp. It’s always seemed like a magical instrument for us. However, it took us a while to convince our mom that we were serious about learning the harp. We had to show that we were serious by earning some of the money ourselves. We babysat, walked dogs, and did office work to earn the money for our first harps, which were pre-owned small lever harps.
We look forward to seeing you and your family and future live concerts! Blessings, x2