Natalie and Stephanie studied the violin & viola at the Royal Academy of Music in London on full scholarships. They were members of the National Children’s Orchestra, National Children’s Chamber Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, all whilst attending Wells Cathedral School as Specialist Musicians, again on full music scholarships.

Following music college Natalie and Stephanie have gone on to enjoy great success in session music, recording & performing with established artists such as Adele, Beyonce, Celine Dion, the Spice Girls, Noel Gallagher, Rod Stewart, Muse, Cheryl Cole, Kimberly Walsh, Susan Boyle, Emeli Sande, Boyzone, Westlife, Ronnie Wood, Tinie Tempah, Labrinth, Il Divo, Leona Lewis, Neon Jungle, Passenger and Kanye West, to name but a few.  Both girls also performed on Noel Gallagher’s album ‘High Flying Birds’, recorded at Abbey Road studio.Recently, they were both featured in a successful music video for chart-topping ‘Dj Cassidy’ on his latest single. The recording and music video also features the well known singers Jessie J and Robin Thicke.

Natalie and Stephanie get many opportunities to play in a variety of acoustic & electric string groups around the world, with one highlight being a performance in Spain alongside ‘Cirque Du Soleil’.Both members of Sistermatic tour extensively around Europe with artists including Adele, Katie Melua, Rod Stewart, Stereophonics, Will and The People and Russell Watson. They perform regularly onprime-time TV shows such as the X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Alan Carr Chatty Man, The Graham Norton Show, Loose Woman, Alan Titchmarsh, Comic Relief, The National Television Awards, The One Show, and they also opened the Brit Awards 2013 performing with Muse which was a real highlight. Both also featured in an hour-long episode of the nationally-screened BBC3 TV show ‘Singing With The Enemy’ representing classical music.In April 2014, Sistermatic made its international debut at the Geneva Motor Show, performing during the high-profile unveiling of the new Ford Focus car in front of the world’s motoring media.

Double Trouble will play over the DJ in your club to any kind of music.