We are MiruDaru
MiruDaru is a brother and sister duet from Venezuela now based in Los Angeles. Their musical style is a fusion of Pop, Jazz, Latin and power ballads. There's a big influence of Japanese and American culture in their music. As artists they aim to incorporate multicultural aspects into their songs and shows creating a different sound and musical experience.
MiruDaru are fashion enthusiasts and their style is strongly influenced by Japanese pop culture. MiruDaru write, compose and produce all their music. They have released three albums as independent artists. “Keystone”(2018) which is an English/Japanese album, “AMERICANA”(2019) mostly in English, “Pop!”(2020) in both English and Japanese, and “Piano”(2020) only in English.
MiruDaruʼs goal is to make meaningful music that can be fun, enjoyable, and that people can relate to while creating intercultural bridges. Also, educate and share about their Latin American heritage, their passion for Japanese culture and love for American music.
Throughout their musical journey they have had the opportunity to share stage with top artists in well-known venues such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, the Hollywood Improv among others. In 2013 they represented Venezuela in Nihon TV’s singing contest “Nodo Jiman THE World”. They also created a show for TEDx IVC in which they portrayed the essence of their Venezuelan roots. MiruDaru has collaborated as singers and string players with different artists throughout their career. Recently MiruDaru collaborated with misono, Koda Kumi’s younger sister, at the three days Japanese festival OC Japan Fair. MiruDaru is also featured in the Soundtrack of the LGBTQ film “Bathroom Stalls and Parking Lots” by the Russian Producer Same K. MiruDaru actively performs in cultural festivals around Los Angeles and their songs and music videos can be found in most online platforms such as Youtube, Instagram, Spotify, Apple Music and more.
MiruDaru had been awarded The President’s Volunteer Service Award (2020) for the extensive volunteer service.Also they have received the United States House of representatives recognition for cultural representation and production of their performance for TEDx IVC (2020) and their performance for Anaheim Japan Fair (2019).