Violin Prodigy Karolina Protsenko Sings A ‘Hallelujah’ Duet With Her Mom That’s Beautiful

Karolina Protsenko Hallelujah duet with mom

This Karolina Protsenko Hallelujah duet between the violin prodigy and her mom shows just how incredibly talented this young girl is!

This young musical prodigy makes a buzz on the web again.

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Karolina Protsenko returns to showcase her musical prowess and this time she is accompanied by her mother for a stunning duet of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah.

Mother And Daughter Sing Hallelujah Duet

For anyone wondering, we now know where her musical talent comes from – there are definitely some musical genes in this family.

Karolina Protsenko opens the Hallelujah duet with very strong vocals. She sings the entire first verse. As the song transitions into the chorus, she transitions into playing her violin.

The sound is mesmerizing. An even better detail, the mommy is pregnant. She may give birth to another musical star!

After the chorus ends, her mother begins singing. Together the duet is simply amazing.

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After a tough year, being able to say "Hallelujah" has become all the more important. Despite the difficulties we have each faced this year, there are always reasons to be thankful.

That last verse captures this idea best.

“And even though it all went wrong

I’ll stand before the Lord of song

With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah”

Karolina Protsenko and her mom both sing parts of the last verse before joining together in the Hallelujah final chorus, delivering a grand conclusion.

May this video remind us to each take our time daily to express our gratitude to God. May we find time to remind ourselves and others just how much the Lord has blessed us.

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Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. Isaiah 43:18-19

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