The Sisters of Invention

The Sisters of Invention are part of the Tutti Performing Arts program based in Brighton South Australia and are dedicated to developing and promoting their original songs.

Singers: Aimee Crathern, Annika Hooper, Caroline Hardy, Jackie Saunders and Michelle Hall
Coordinator: Carol Young
Artistic Director: Pat Rix
Management: Tutti Arts

Watch The Sisters of Invention self-titled music video below.

Click this link to buy The Sisters of Invention’s self-titled first album on iTunes.

In 2020, The Sisters of Invention made their Adelaide Cabaret Festival debut! The Festival switched to an online format due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the Sisters made two clips in response to the question “What good is sitting alone in your room?”. These clips were screened on the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Facebook page on Wednesday 10 June and Friday 12 June and on the ACF website.

In 2017, the Sisters of Invention starred in an award-winning series, Pop-Ability, for ABC iView. Commissioned jointly by the South Australian Film Corporation and the ABC and produced by Katrina Lucas of Budaya Productions, Pop-Ability is a five-part documentary series about The Sisters of Invention as the world’s first-ever pop girl group with disabilities. The series was available on ABC iView until August 2019.

Below is an earlier music/video collaboration, conceptualised by The Sisters to realise their original song, This Isn’t Disneyland, which was written and developed with Michael Ross and Pat Rix.

The Sisters of Invention regularly perform at events of all kinds. To request a booking with The Sisters of Invention, click here to fill out the online form.