Harp-violin duo Dada – light classical music
“We were very enthusiastic about the performance! Thank you for your beautiful music and who knows very quickly!”
“Dada made a wonderful contribution to the marriage of our daughter, it could not have been better!”
Romantic jewels on violin and harp
The sisters Annelieke (1987) and Doriene (1988) have been making music together since childhood.
This has resulted in this harp-violin duo that shares her love for (light) classical music with a lot of fun. Both young women arrange and edit the pieces that they would like to perform together themselves. They are also perfectly matched to each other and their enthusiasm is felt by the guests and the audience.
Think of a piece like Le cygne (The Swan) from Carnaval des Animaux by Camille Saint-Saëns … see the second video on the right.
The other videos summarize their diverse repertoire, a live recording during one of their concerts.
Harpist Doriene started playing at the age of six and graduated in May 2014 at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. She regularly gives solo recitals and she can also be heard on the radio. Doriene plays often at the National Opera, the Residentie Orkest and other orchestras and groups.
– Thais ‘Meditation’, V. Monti – Czardas, A.Part – Spiegel im Spiegel, M. Ravel – Pavane, C. Saint-Saens – Fantasie op. 124, L. Spohr – Sonate in C minor, L. M. Tedeschi – Serenade op. 28, M. Tournier – Deux preludes romantiques