Krypton Radio Video Of the Day!

We continue to be blown away by the amazing level of talent in the fan community, especially when it comes to music. Twin musicians Camille and Kennerly Kitt, take to their harps and dazzle us with renditions of Star Trek music from Alexander Courage and Jerry Goldsmith.


Please listen with headphones for more complex sound and fuller bass lines!


From their official website:


Identical twins Camille and Kennerly Kitt are multi-talented professional duet harpists and Film/TV/Commercial actors. Known as the “Harp Twins”, Camille and Kennerly perform internationally as a dynamic acoustic and electric rock Harp Duo. Their remarkable talent is now catching the eye of Hollywood producers. Camille and Kennerly appear in four feature films – two of which also feature the twins performing on their harps.


The Kitt twins made their Hollywood film debut as the “Merry Christian Twins” in the feature film POLITICS OF LOVE as actors, soundtrack writers, and soundtrack performers (harp and vocal). POLITICS OF LOVE was directed by William Dear (Angels in the Outfield, The Perfect Game) and stars Ruby Dee (American Gangster), Loretta Devine (Jumping the Broom, Crash), Gerry Bednob (40 Year Old Virgin), Brian White (Stomp the Yard), and Bollywood superstar Mallika Sherawat. POLITICS OF LOVE was picked up for US theatrical distribution by Codeblack. Additionally, Camille and Kennerly had roles as “The Marcelli Twins” in the dark teen comedy BLACKTINO – directed/written by Aaron Burns, produced by Elizabeth Avellan (Sin City, Predators, Machete), and starring Danny Trejo (Machete), Michelle Rodriguez (Avatar), Daryl Sabara (Spy Kids), and Jeff Fahey (“Lost”). BLACKTINO premiered at The Paramount Theater on opening night of the SXSW (South by Southwest) Film Festival in Austin, TX. Most recently, Camille and Kennerly portray the biological daughters of Vince Vaughn’s character in the 2013 DreamWorks film, THE DELIVERY MAN – starring Cobie Smulders (The Avengers), Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live), and Chris Pratt (“Parks and Recreation”).

Camille and Kennerly have been cast as principal roles in several commercials, including a national US commercial for the Toshiba Tablet and national Japanese commercials for Chupa Chups lollypops, which aired for two years in Japan.

The Kitt twins made their professional musical theater debut as “The Geminae” in the musical comedy A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum by award-winning, professional theatre company: Theatre Nebula. Among numerous short film roles, Camille and Kennerly had lead roles in Nitestar Production’s entry into the Chicago 48 Hour Film Project: “Inside America,” a Mockumentary (comedic mock documentary) about discrimination. The twins also co-starred in a graduate student thesis sci-fi film, “The End of Lost Beginnings,” funded by the Gary Marshall Grant at Northwestern University and filmed in the Michigan Historical Museum. As models, Camille and Kennerly have done commercial photos for several new clothing lines, and for three consecutive years, Camille and Kennerly were cast as live runway models for Seventeen Magazine/JC Penney at “Rock Your Prom” fashion events.