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ASA - Boite Partnership announcement
The Boite and The Accordion Society of Australia (Victorian Branch) are excited to announce a partnership that presents the accordion in all its multifaceted glory. The accordion has been a part of, and often central to many of the ensembles that have presented Boite concerts over the years and now it is wonderful to have the opportunity to focus the attention of the community on the instrument that is closest to my heart and that has contributed so much across numerous musical genres.
Anthony Schulz - ASA Vice President
The Stiletto Sisters
Friday 8 July 2022 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Box Hill Community Arts Centre
470 Station St, Box Hill VIC 3128
The Stiletto Sisters have been wooing audiences in their home town of Melbourne, for many years with their seductive blend of Hungarian gypsy, tango and love songs from around the world. Led with breathtaking virtuosity by Hungarian trained violinist Hope Csutoros (My Friend the Chocolate Cake) the trio features the dynamic piano accordion playing of Judy Gunson and the wonderful talents of Jo To on double bass.
In 2020, Boite organisers were delighted by the opportunity to present the 20th Birthday of the wonderful Stiletto Sisters, as part of their annual program of events at Box Hill CAC. - That didn’t happen as COVID19 took over all our lives in Victoria, but enthused by the apparent return to performances in 2021, we were even more excited to offer the 21st Birthday of the wonderful Stiletto Sisters! That didn’t happen either, once again swamped by COVID19 and lockdowns.
So it is with cautious optimism and enormous enthusiasm we invite music lovers to join us in Box Hill and celebrate the 22nd Birthday of the marvellous Stilettoes!
The Stiletto Sisters perform with extraordinary emotional range from extreme delicacy to blazing intensity and more than a touch of humour. Stiletto Sisters’ performances do come with a health warning: the velvety seduction of their 3-part harmonies on Latin, Yiddish and Hungarian love songs has caused many to faint with delight!