Acclaimed vintage-style trio with varied repertoire
By David Wood
Where: Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre
When: Saturday, November 3, 7.30pm-10pm
The Spitfire Sisters are an internationally acclaimed vintage-style musical group with vocal harmony at their heart.
They have performed on board the Orient Express and regularly sing on the Belmond British Pullman. They have also written a song to perform for an afternoon tea hosted by Mary Berry.
The Spitfire Sisters draw inspiration from the style of the 1940s but their repertoire is wide and varied with a selection of old, new and original songs.
They will be performing with their talented pianist and co-writer Steve Christie at The Goods Shed on Saturday, November 3.
The Spitfire Sisters are Louisa Revolta, Hannah Castleman and Anna Mary Harding.
Louisa is a creative whirlwind born and raised in Winchester. Music has always been her passion and she performs professionally all over the world. Her specialism is in jazz singing, scat improvisation and vocal mimicry. She teaches singing, saxophone and piano.
Hannah is an award-winning jazz and soul singer based in London. She has been singing with the band since it started in 2011. Hannah is also a vocalist for Down For The Count, and performs with their swing and soul band, Motown Collective, and Swing Orchestra.
Anna is a freelance creative based in Winchester. Her skills include graphic design, art direction, content creation and photography. Anna is also a musician; as a member of The Spitfire Sisters she is one of three Creative Ambassadors for Music in Winchester.
Advance Early Bird Tickets for the Goods Shed concert are just £14. On the door on the night tickets will cost £16.
To book tickets and for more information, go to https://shed-arts.co.uk/event/the-spitfire-sisters/
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