The Sisters of Invention perform at Yooralla’s AGM and Big Day Out
DATE: 30 October 2019
Guests at Yooralla’s Annual General Meeting and Big Day Out event will be lucky enough to enjoy a performance by Australia’s first all-female pop group of women with disability, The Sisters of Invention.
The Sisters of Invention consists of five members: Aimee, Annika, Caroline, Jackie, and Michelle. Their debut, self-titled album was released in 2015, and includes the single and video This Isn’t Disneyland. You can listen to This Isn’t Disneyland below.
The group are part of the Tutti Performing Arts program based in South Australia and are dedicated to developing and promoting their original songs. Tutti Arts is a hub for artists with a disability, and works across many art forms to promote the professional development of artists with a learning or intellectual disability.
The Sisters of Invention singer Aimee Crathern told ABC News that the group wanted to change people's perceptions of what people with disabilities are capable of.
"We're here to challenge people ... and just to get the music out there and where we should be," she said.
The Sisters of Invention will not only be performing their songs but explaining how each song is based on their own story.
Register now for Yooralla’s Annual General Meeting and Big Day Out to hear The Sisters of Invention perform. The event commences at 10am on Monday 25 November 2019 and will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.