In addition to solo performance, Daniel frequently shares the stage with his multi-instrumentalist brother Adrian Volovets (flute, tenor/soprano saxophone, violin, cello, piano, harpsichord, pipe organ). With musical interests ranging from baroque to jazz, Adrian draws upon a diverse set of influences and genres in his performances. His biggest inspiration is Karl Richter, the world-famous conductor, organist, harpsichordist, and choirmaster. Adrian is a gifted autodidact, having taught himself the flute, tenor/soprano saxophones, piano, and cello. At the age of 16, what began as a seemingly harmless question -- "how do pianists keep track of two parts at once?" -- grew into a fascination with J.S. Bach, which eventually led to pursing the harpsichord and pipe organ. After a year of exploring the world of Bach at several local churches, including the Basilica of Saint Mary, the Cathedral of St. Paul, and the Lake of the Isles Lutheran Church, as well as studies with the Basilica's principal organist Christopher Stroh, he is pursuing a degree in organ performance at the University of Minnesota. In the past, he has studied with Boris Lipovsky (recorder), Samuel Zabezhinsky (violin), Laila Hollenbeck (flute), and Aaron Janse (violin). Together, Daniel and Adrian form a duo whose telepathic musical communication and varied repertoire have brought them critical acclaim. Their music is a unique combination of flamenco, Brazilian, jazz, and classical genres, including innovative arrangements of old favorites and original compositions. Their technical virtuosity and soulful interpretations have captivated audiences throughout the Twin Cities.