Darryl & Harmony - The Entertainers
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Darryl & Harmony






Darryl and Harmony are the only ‘Father-Daughter’ duo available to the events market. Invoking the spirit of much-loved ‘Father-Daughter’ duos Nat and Natalie King Cole and Frank and Nancy Sinatra – they bring to the stage a unique and special magic that makes audiences everywhere feel good! Given that Harmony is only 12 years old, the unique ‘family nature’ of their performance makes them particularly suited to child-related events.


Winners of the Australian Event Awards ‘Entertainer of the Year’ 2012, their vast repertoire includes Broadway blockbusters, contemporary classics and operatic arias such as The Prayer, Time to Say Goodbye and Somewhere from West Side Story; solo renditions of What the World Needs Now (Burt Bacharach), The Greatest Love of All (Whitney Huston) and Nessun Dorma with selections from popular musicals Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and Annie. Paying tribute to some of the world’s most popular ‘family’ groups they also perform songs by The Bee Gees, Donny & Marie Osmond, The Jackson 5, and the legendary Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli.


Darryl is a multi-awarded performer best known for his portrayal of Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Les Miserables, Chess and alongside Sarah Brightman in The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. He also co-created the worlds’ most successful corporate entertainment act and operatic sensation ‘The Three Waiters’.


When Tina Arena compares an 11 year old to Barbra Streisand – chances are she’s worth listening to! Two-time Eisteddfod award-winner and one of the youngest featured artists in the Schools Spectacular 2011 and 2012, Harmony came to the public’s attention in the Network 10 revival of ‘Young Talent Time’ where judge Tina Arena compared her to a young Barbra Streisand and Whitney Houston.


“I am in awe of the understanding Harmony brought to Make-A-Wish and the performance was nothing less than spectacular!” — Bethaney Gilli, Fundraising & Bequest Manager Make-A-Wish Foundation


“Barbra Streisand may as well hang up her microphone. I think you’re extraordinary” — Tina Arena


“Darryl & Harmony’s unique father-daughter performance overwhelmed everyone in the room ” — Patrick Tessier – Managing Director Salefest Advertsing & Marketing


“Your performance left everyone in the room speechless or in tears and was truly special” -- Grant Williams, Executive Producer, A Current Affair.

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