THEY have been taking the internet by storm and now Chicago-based music sensation The Harp Twins have chosen a church hall in Hampshire for a date on their first ever UK tour.

Chapel Sessions, the popular multi genre music series held in Netley are thrilled to be presenting The Harp Twins on Wednesday February 21.

Identical twins Camille and Kennerly Kitt are viral on U Tube with fans from around the world, playing Metal, rock, classical and self penned tunes. Their music spans everything from Star Wars to Downton Abbey, Metallica to Pachelbel, Led Zep to Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath to the Stones plus their own compositions reflecting their Norse heritage.

The young American harpists have achieved extraordinary success by taking Electric Harps and acoustic Concert Grand Harps to unprecedented levels and smashing boundaries between different genres of music. The duo has amassed over 1 million fans across their social media sites and over 65 million views on their YouTube music videos, easily making Camille and Kennerly the most followed and recognizable harp duo in the world. Mixing their virtuoso harp skills with their stunningly complex arrangements of rock, metal, and soundtrack hits, the Harp Twins deliver exciting and interactive performances audiences cannot forget.

Sonja Davison of Chappel Sessions said: "We were contacted personally very recently by the Harp Twins who are coming to the UK for the very first time and playing a handful of concerts in Wales with the renowned triple harpist Robin Huw Bowen. They were looking to put on a concert in Hampshire in particular and somehow found Chapel Sessions, a ‘community led not for profit occasional music series’ featuring wide genres of music.

At first we thought they had ‘the wrong end of the stick’ contacting us but no, they really wanted to play for us especially when we mentioned our ethos and excitement of hosting them at St Edward’s Church, Netley. The rest as they say is history and we look forward to welcoming them.They have a huge fan base in the UK despite never having visited before, all down to the power of the internet. The concert is well over half sold out in just four days which proves perseverance and dedication to music and the community can lead to the most amazing things happening and connections made. We are even encouraging young Hampshire harp students to attend free of charge when accompanied by their ticket buying parents."

Church Hall opens 6.30pm Wine/Real Ale, Tea/Coffee. Doors to concert open 7pm for performance at 7.30pm.

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