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YouTube Gets Croatian Girls To New York’s Carnegie Hall

Famous Croatian cello duo 2Cellos had YouTube to thank for cracking into the big time, and now Brevis, a vocal ensemble from the eastern Croatian city of Osijek could be following suit.

Brevis have just performed at New York’s famous Carnegie Hall after a performance of theirs was spotted on YouTube by concert agency Distinguished Concerts International New York. Their people contacted their people and the young Osijek girls were on a plane to New York on an invitation to perform at one of the world’s premier concert halls as special guests of a concert dedicated to well-known composer Karl Jenkins. Watch the clip that impressed the New York concert agency below.

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