Sarah and Laura Ayoub are classically trained, multi-instrumentalists who cross the boundaries between classical and contemporary music.
The Scottish-Egyptian duo's repertoire spans from classical to their own unique take on contemporary hits.
As winners of Global Media’s Big Music Project, they performed at Classic FM Live 2016 in the Royal Albert Hall.
Other performance highlights include appearances at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, The O2 Indigo, The Embassy of Switzerland, The Cairo Opera House and tours throughout the UK, Europe and Middle East.
The duo managed to raise over £10,000 for the Children’s Cancer Hospital, Cairo in a sell-out show in 2016.
In 2015, the sisters were invited to Abbey Road Studios by Grammy award winning artist and producer, Mark Ronson, to record a new cover of his hit, 'Uptown Funk'. The sisters were chosen from 10,000 online performers and their track was produced by Ronson himself and presented at the BRIT Awards,in the O2 Arena.
The sisters play two instruments together (cello & violin) through one loop station.
A unique element they bring to performances is that they can swap instruments during the pieces they play.