When the pianists Christina and Michelle Naughton perform together, they never look at each other, but they move in tandem, mirroring each other’s every gesture.
“It’s really bizarre,” said Cristian Mãcelaru, associate conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra. “When you see a quartet that has been playing together for 25 or 30 years, it’s a similar thing.”
“This sounds freaky, but there are times I forget we’re two people playing together,” Christina said.
— Corinne Ramey, The Wall Street Journal
August 4, 2014