duo fleur d'ange



Based in Quebec City, the ensemble Duo Fleur d’Ange (Angelflower Duo) includes vocalist Angelina Lynne and harpist Yu-Fen Liu and was formed in 2022. They feel fortunate to have come into contact with each other during the pandemic and decided to share their passion for music together. Since then, the Quebec City duo has performed in the festival series Les Micros-Shows de Beaupré, in benefit concerts for the Manor Mauvide-Genest at the Église de-Saint-Jean-deI’Île d’Orléans, and at the Eastman School of Music in New York. Besides performing public concerts, they also enjoy performing for private events, such as for the lovely residents of the Saint-Brigid’s senior care home in Quebec City regularly.

Together, they represent a classic and angelic marriage of voice and harp, offering a multilingual repertoire of varied styles, from classical to contemporary, jazz, traditional and pop, that speaks to all ages and a combination of instrumental sounds that appeals to all. This musical duo will leave you inspired as they celebrate and share their joy of music!



Angelina Lynne is a versatile singer, musician and educator currently residing on Île d’Orléans. A classically trained soprano, Angelina enjoys singing in many genres. She has performed in various recitals, concerts and festivals in Canada and abroad, in the Middle East, Europe, New Zealand, the United States and Mexico. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree, a Master’s degree in performance (voice) and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in music education at Laval University.

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Originally from Taiwan, harpist Yu-Fen Liu holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in harp performance from the Manhattan School of Music in New York City, where she studied with Sarah Bullen, principal harpist of the New York Philharmonic and later of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Liu has performed with various orchestras in New York City, including a long relationship with Ureuk Symphony Orchestra, as well as with the City University of New York Contemporary Ensemble and the Young People’s Concert Series at Lincoln Center. She was awarded the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society Certificate of Merit in 1993. In addition to her classical performances, she also offers a wide range of musical styles. Since moving to Quebec, She has performed with the symphony orchestra and opera studio of Université Laval, the Ensemble Lunatik, the Ensemble 27 and at different local and regional events.