In case you didn’t know, Karloina Protsenko picked up a violin when she was six years old and by the time she was ten, she aced every musical note and became a worldwide sensation. This darling girl is now 11 years old and charms every listener who happens to stop and take a listen.
Busking on the streets of Santa Monica, California she does renditions of pop songs ranging from Imagine Dragons’ ‘Believer’ to ‘Hallelujah’ by Lenoard Cohen. With more than 4.4 million subscribers, she is blessed with a rare gift to bring joy through her music.
Born in the Ukraine, her parents brought her to the United States in 2015 so she could be classically trained in the violin. She then began busking in 2017, playing her music on the streets of California where she not only captivated audiences with her music but even garnered attention of The Ellen Show.
But that’s not why we’re talking about this musically gifted tween today. Instead of playing alone, she partnered up with another musically talented individual by the name of Daniele Vitale. This italian saxophone musician has been wowing the crowds for years with his talent, garnering over 3.1 million fans. He mostly does international and wedding events. Can you imagine having his musical notes serenade you down the aisle?
This pair played “Hallelujah” in separate locations and then combined their videos into one performance. What they did is nothing short of incredible. The performance went viral with more than 3.5 million views and counting. But don’t take our word for it, Check it out for yourself and be the judge. Although, we may or may not suggest a tissue! It will have you raising a hallelujah to our mighty God.
“Praise the Lord! Praise, O servants of the Lord, praise the name of the Lord! Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time forth and forevermore! From the rising of the sun to its setting, the name of the Lord is to be praised! The Lord is high above all nations, and his glory above the heavens! Who is like the Lord our God, who is seated on high.” Psalm 113:1-5
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