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Live Review: Daisy Jopling: “The Iridium” New York City January 13, 2023

The audience was filled with a captivating astonishment both wild and unpredictable. Daisy Jopling performed with an eloquence at its highest level, leaving room for reason and reflection, and addressing the desires of her fans. Watching Daisy is a compelling zest of high adventure and victory.

“ Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the Spirit lives, thanks and invents”…. Ludwig van Beethoven.

Living here on earth, we breathe the rhythms of the universe. When resident harmonies arise between the cosmos and inhuman cosmos music is born. Daisy Jopling has been doing music all of her life. At the age of 14 she performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London and since then he’s toured the world. She and her violin have shared the stages of Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York, the Musikverein in Vienna, the Edinburgh International Festival in Scotland and most recently stormed the pyramids of Egypt.

Daisy also created “The Daisy Jopling Foundation” to benefit music, education for children, and started a free music program for children in Peekskill, New York called the  ‘Ovation Music Project.” She is set to recreate Irradiance at the Great Pyramids of Egypt at the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater in March 25, 2023 with the Daisy Jopling Band and special guests.

The Daisy Jopling experience is one you will never forget. Her vibrant personality, matches her vivacious talent. She has the capacity for infinite creativity, and she has the power of spirit. She evokes a sense of adventure within her music and a compelling desire for you to want to hear more. …..

https://www.daisyjopling.com

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