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Camille and Kennerly

Camille and Kennerly

Camille and Kennerly


Biography: Identical twins Camille and Kennerly Kitt are multi-talented professional duet harpists and Film/TV/Commercial actors. Known as the “Harp Twins”, Camille and Kennerly perform internationally as a dynamic acoustic and electric rock Harp Duo. Their remarkable talent is now catching the eye of Hollywood producers. Camille and Kennerly appear in four feature films - two of which also feature the twins performing on their harps. Harp Duo: Read more on Last.fm
Biography: Identical twins Camille and Kennerly Kitt are multi-talented professional duet harpists and Film/TV/Commercial actors. Known as the “Harp Twins”, Camille and Kennerly perform internationally as a dynamic acoustic and electric rock Harp Duo. Their remarkable talent is now catching the eye of Hollywood producers. Camille and Kennerly appear in four feature films - two of which also feature the twins performing on their harps. Harp Duo: As the world's only known identical twin professional harpists, Camille and Kennerly have a passion and flair for arranging and performing contemporary music for Harp Duet.

The Harp Twins perform on identical statuesque Concert Grand Harps as well as identical modern ebony Electric Harps. The twins were trained classically but their true musical love and passion is playing rock, pop, metal, hip-hop, country, alternative, and crossover genres. Camille and Kennerly are known for their remarkable duet harp arrangements of songs by artists such as Guns N’ Roses, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, Aerosmith, AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden, Bon Jovi, Pink Floyd, U2, Journey, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, The Cranberries, Rihanna, Coldplay, The Beatles, Britney Spears, Enya, Johnny Cash, Deep Purple, The Smiths, Elton John, Joy Division, and many more. The twins also arrange and perform a jukebox of Broadway, Video Game, TV and Movie Soundtrack hits.

In addition to being prolific arrangers, Camille and Kennerly compose and perform their own original pieces for Harp Duet. The Harp Twins perform as featured artists for public, private, philanthropic, academic, corporate, and political events. Camille and Kennerly have performed for celebrities and political leaders. The Harp Twins were featured musicians at the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Celebration, playing for three events over two days, including a dinner where President Barack Obama was the speaker. Camille and Kennerly also performed for United States Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert’s retirement banquet.

Other notable duet harp performances include a luncheon where former First Lady Laura Bush was the featured speaker and a dinner event with former Vice President Cheney as the special guest. The Harp Twins were featured performers for a private pre-opening event to celebrate French haute couture fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier’s exhibit “From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk”, which premiered at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. Camille and Kennerly and their music have been featured in worldwide mainstream media such as CBS News, National Geographic, The Huffington Post, The Huffington Post UK, The Huffington Post Chicago, Conan O'Brien's TeamCoco, G4TV’s “Attack of the Show”, The Soup, VSAUCE, BuzzFeed, Nintendo Life, College Humor, AMCtv.com, RightThisMinute, Kotaku, Gizmodo, and Yahoo! Music Canada. Fun Fact: Camille and Kennerly began posting Harp Duet music videos of their rock-pop cover arrangements on YouTube several years ago. The twins have since acquired over 6.6 million total views on their videos in addition to amassing a large worldwide following of their music. Read more on Last.fm.

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