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Nikki Dagastino

Nikki Dagastino
Nikki Dagostino is recognised as Australia’s youngest extremely fashionable and entertaining female Accordionist.
From a young age Nikki Dagostino developed a deep passion for music with a strong love for performing and teaching music.
Born in Perth, Western Australia amongst Italian Heritage, she began studying Classical piano at age 9 and discovered the beautiful sound of the piano accordion at age eleven.

Nikki’s solo accordion act “Red Beret” caters for many audiences, atmospheres and event themes. Her repertoire ranges from the Couture to the Contemporary- reminiscing vintage classics, contemporary commercial hits and dance, German Polkas, Italian Waltzes, Tango’s and Tarantella’s and exquisite renditions of French favourites, ideal for ambient background music which includes Edith Piaf’s well loved repertoire.

Nikki currently performs as an Accordionist alongside some of Perth’s most impressive and exclusive ensembles. She enjoys the pleasure of taking her audience on a trip around the globe by introducing them to authentic world sounds accompanying talented artists.

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Testimonial - Catherine Kelly - University Club of WA

"Nikki was an absolute delight. She was charming, entertaining and very personable. We have received nothing but glowing feedback from Club Members who all thought she was very entertaining and suited the evening so well."