Set List / Repertoire
1hr Choreographed show example
Over The Rainbow
Viva La Vida
Time To Say Goodbye
Bespoke non choreographed performances available, please speak to an agent for more information
5 Customer Reviews
Default lineup: 2 members
Violin duo with high quality backing tracks.
Electric have been taking the world by storm for over 15 years. Touring internationally, performing as headline artists for the most prestigious corporate events and festivals, they have built a reputation as one of the most sought after acts in their field. A truly unique act which surpasses any expectation and leaves audiences worldwide with an experience that will leave a lasting memory and talking point.
* Highly professional, exciting violin duo
* Performing a high energy, dramatic show guaranteed to captivate your guests!
* Show covers 60 minutes of choreographed repertoire from classical crossover, pop, rock and stage and screen.
"Two of the most talented girls in show business... a dazzling show!"
Electric are an exciting and diverse violin duo. They mix a wealth of musical experience with glamour in their stunning stage show.
From classical pieces to jazz and music from stage and screen their unique arrangements promise a varied and dynamic programme with wide appeal.
Electric travel around the world and perform at major corporate events. As well as performing at prestigious UK venues, they are regularly invited as guest artists on luxury cruise ships with their high energy shows.
Electric are equally at home with live band or with there own studio recorded backings and promise a dazzling show to remember.
Hazel and Lizz trained at two of the most prestigious UK music conservatoires. They enjoy varied professional freelance careers playing with major orchestras as well as being in demand as session musicians.
They have appeared both live and on TV with artists including Leona Lewis, Moloko, Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins, Andre Botcelli and Michael Bublé.
Please note: Due to availability or illness, deps of a very high standard may sometimes be used.