Renowned performers Colin Davin and Emily Levin have collaborated in various forms since 2012, all the while planning a project entirely of duos for their distantly-related instruments. Exploring a surprisingly wide range of style, tone color, and resonance, they have created a powerful concert experience sure to leave a memorable impression.
"[a] clearly felicitous combination of two plucked
string instruments...the Duo’s ensemble and
balance were well nigh perfect."
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Maurice Ravel's "Pavane de la Belle au Bois Dormant", a musical portrait inspired by the tale of "Sleeping Beauty" from his Mother Goose suite, Ma mère l'Oye. Arranged for harp and guitar by Colin Davin and Emily Levin.
Manuel de Falla's El Amor Brujo (Love, the Magician) arranged for guitar and harp by Colin Davin and Emily Levin. Performed live at the Cleveland International Guitar Festival in June 2017.