The Puppini Sisters three bewitching females dressed in delightfully matching attire, singing in close harmony and moving in impeccably synchronized steps will be at Buxton Opera House as part of the venue's popular Summer Pops Week at the end of the month.
Just like the Andrews Sisters, who took the genre to the top – one hundred and thirteen songs in the American charts between '38 and '51 – the Puppini Sisters have long become synonymous with the intoxicating mix of music and style they call Swing-Pop and have won hearts all over the world. In the eight years since their inception, the Puppini Sisters have received accolades from fans as disparate as Prince Charles and Cyndi Lauper, have been awarded Gold and Multi-Platinum discs, have performed on iconic stages all over the world (most recently at l'Olympia in Paris and The Shepherd's Bush Empire for a second sell out show there), and have collaborated with "banging" Electro-Swing groups as well as traditional orchestras. Recently they have just undergone another change with the arrival of new Sister Terrianne Passingham, who replaced Stephanie O' Brien in July 2012.
The Puppini Sisters will be at Buxton Opera House on Wednesday, July 30 at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £18. To buy tickets or for more information call the Box Office on 0845 1272190 or buy online at www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk.