Sisters and Misters is a Melbourne based vocal group that provides opportunities for people of all ages to sing songs to the wider community whilst improving their self-esteem and confidence, as well as providing social interaction.
The majority of these people come to the group with no previous singing experience Sisters and Misters perform songs from the 60’s through to current hits.
In 2011 the group appeared on national television in the talent show Australia’s Got Talent, they received a standing ovation from all 3 judges and subsequently were one of 48 acts Australia wide to go through to the semi-finals.
The group spreads the joy of singing to aged care facilities, retirement villages, hospitals, special need communities, markets, festivals, The Olivia Newton John Wellness Walk, school fundraisers, hospitals, charities, as well Rotary and Probus functions. As part of their charity work, the group has in the last few years raised over $72,000 for cancer research.
Sisters & Misters is led by it’s founder and director Irene Bennetts who has been a professional singer over 35 years.
This wonderful singing group will be performing at the National Vietnam Veterans Museum on Saturday 28 April 2018 from 2.30pm – 3.30pm. It is a free concert and there will be no entry fees to the Museum from 2pm onwards. Come along and watch these talented performers and while you are there, why don’t you have a look through the Museum.
Call 03 5956 6400 for more information.