Adel began playing the harp at the age of ten, when living on the small island of Scalpay in Scotland. She was greatly inspired by her first teacher Marie Louise Napier who composes much of her own music and has sung with the Scottish Opera.
She enjoys her work as a professional harpist and performs at a variety of events, including weddings, corporate dinners, parties and other celebrations across Kent, Sussex and London.
Adel has a passion for composing and song writing, mixing classical and pop to create a crossover style. This year she recorded her first original album ‘Moving On’ with her sister, after previously releasing four cover albums (Pebbles, Sorelle di Harpa, Crossroads and Christmas With 2 of Harps).
Karina began playing the harp when she was seven, taking inspiration from contemporary music and creating a repertoire to include jazz, one of her many musical passions.
She has worked as a professional wedding harpist from a young age and performs at a variety of events, corporate dinners, parties and celebrations across Kent, Sussex and London.
Karina has always had a love for composing music; her skill for creating accompaniments on the harp for the voice is a true talent. This year she recorded her first original album ‘Moving On’, after previously releasing four cover albums (Pebbles, Sorelle di Harpa, Crossroads and Christmas With 2 of Harps).
Adel and Karina have achieved music awards for their personal and community work.
They were winners of The Duke of Gloucester’s Volunteer Award for Innovative Volunteering 2015.
They were finalists (Silver and Gold) of the ‘Unique Art Awards 2016’ for their music compositions.