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Mirabelle - Aerial Violin

Aerial Violinist

Unique performance brings sparkling musicality & elegance to any event
Can perform on a freestanding rig or with standard rigging
Worked with a diverse range of artists from MUSE to world class circuses
Perfect for awards ceremonies, corporate dinners, open-air concerts…
Based in the UK & available to perform at events worldwide

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This stunning multi-instrumentalist, singer and aerial artist offers a beautiful unique aerial show that will really blow guests away. 

Performing on a freestanding rig or with standard rigging as a static point or with a counterweight, her sublime performance can be effortlessly brought to a range of venues and events. Comprising an elegant aerial acrobatic show and virtuoso violin playing, this is a performance that would perfectly compliment drinks receptions, awards ceremonies, corporate dinners, open air concerts and music festivals, black tie balls and much more. 

Her versatile rigging options aren’t the only part of her performance that can be tailored to suit your specific needs; she offers a beautiful array of costumes ranging from white ballerina to flower fairy and everything in between as well as an extensive repertoire that encompasses both classical and modern pieces. Available as part of a solo act or aerial ensemble, she can offer completely bespoke performances that will add a unique and personal touch to your event. 

Having performed around the world with renowned artists such as Antonio Forcine, MUSE and Arbor Circus, you can rest assured that she has a proven track record for providing world-class entertainment that will not fail to impress spectators. 

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