Music opens up new doors and allows for fresh beginnings and new perspectives.
Music can create bonds between people, as well as a sense of identity and belonging. Music has always brought people together—just like it did for this Croatian cellist and Italian singer who crossed paths.
In a video uploaded by Hauser in his YouTube channel which has now amassed nine million views, he is seen performing Whitney Houston’s iconic 1992 cover of the song “I Will Always Love You” with a mysterious lady in a white dress and red lipstick.
The guy is Stjepan Hauser, a Croatian cellist born on June 15, 1986 in Pula, Croatia.
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Hauser came from a musical family where he also began his musical education.
He is a member of 2Cellos along with Luka Sulic. Hauser has performed in more than 40 countries including successful debuts in Wigmore Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Southbank Centre and many more.
The girl beside her is Benedetta Caretta, a singer hailing from Italy.
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She met Hauser through his music and I admired him very much.
They met eight months ago and tried to record a song together as an experiment. It had a warm reception from the audience and they continued to collaborate through Hauser’s videos.
This lovely couple right here has been making music videos together since last year, sharing the two universal yet mysterious languages of music and love with the world.
Dubbed as Señorita, you can only see half of Caretta’s face in the video.
Next to her is Hauser, staring at her with profound admiration and awe at her talent.
His cello starts to sing, filling the cabin with sweet melodious tones. Passion is evident in Hauser’s smoldering eyes as he savors every lyric of the song to the core and the intensity of love they share.
Despite being positioned in a limited space, Caretta effortlessly belts out the high notes of the song.
As she pauses for a bit to brace for the chorus, Hauser gazes at her with so much pride.
Throughout the video, Señorita and Hauser’s cello rang in unison.
Hauser matches Señorita’s ardor in her singing through his playing the instrument, and the cello truly complements her voice. This rendition gave the song a different taste by making it a duet of amazing vocals and magnificent cello.
In an interview, Caretta explained that she started recording like this long before meeting him.
She put emphasis on wanting people to focus just on her voice and on her music without getting distracted by other things.
Seeing a couple enjoying themselves through making music together can serve as an inspiration to everyone.
Being literally so close to each other, performing a song that resembles the undying love for someone through space and time, it’s as if they are performing the song not only for their fans but also for themselves.
Each word they utter is like a profession of their love for each other—and the internet loved it! After watching it, we can see why. It’s definitely clear that music can bring people together!
Watch the full performance by clicking on the link below:
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