A Musical Journey Begins!
Time For 2 emerged when sisters Kearston, age 15, and Kendall, age 13, performed “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” before an audience of family and friends at the ages of 5 and 3. Since then, they have expanded their repertoire and performed as featured artists for public, private, philanthropic, academic and political events. The sisters have developed a love of performing so much that they have now started playing piano on top of their string instruments. The girls plan to continue playing music into adulthood, but for now, they are enjoying their music, traveling and just being kids, playing with Legos and their dog, Aristotle.
I LOVE INSPIRING OTHERS
I began my musical education at the age of 3 with the Suzuki Violin Method. I'll never forget making my orchestral debut at the age of 9 with the Georgia Philharmonic in Atlanta, Georgia performing Vivaldi's concerto in G Minor, first movement. My sister and I performed in March 2017 with the York River Symphony Orchestra in Hampton, VA as a result of winning our 2016 concerto competition. In 2011, a YouTube video inspired children’s author Angela Winegar to write a bedtime story featuring me as the main character. “My Magic Violin and Me” has since been published, and is now available for all children to enjoy, inspiring them to find their own instruments, practice and learn valuable life lessons along the way.
IT'S IN MY SOUL!
I began my musical education exactly one month before my 3rd birthday. Being the first place winner (Primary Division) of the 2013 and 2015 MANC Strings Competition and the second runner-up and youngest competitor of the 2013 AAYO Jr. Division Concerto Competition was a thrilling experience that I'll never forget. I made my orchestral debut in March 2017 performing Haydn's Cello Concerto in C Major, the first movement with the Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra. Like my sister, we are both home schooled, and enjoy reading, swimming, sailing, gardening, playing piano, learning French, Latin and Spanish and playing with our dog, Aristotle.