Author: Suzanne DuPlantis

LYRIC FEST PRESENTS HAPPY BIRTHDAY IRVING BERLIN

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact Lari Robling larirob@gmail.com 215 978 6933 LYRIC FEST PRESENTS HAPPY BIRTHDAY IRVING BERLIN Happy Hour mini-concert toasts this song-writing genius PHILADELPHIA, PA – April, 2017 Born Israel Isidore Baline in 1888 in Tyumen, Russia, Irving Berlin became the Jewish immigrant who penned popular standards including God Bless America, White Christmas and Easter […]

Lyric Fest presents It’s Elementary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact Lari Robling larirob@gmail.com 215 978 6933 LYRIC FEST PRESENTS IT’S ELEMENTARY John Musto and Michael Djupstrom premiere two newly commissioned song cycles PHILADELPHIA, PA – February 16, 2017 As technology becomes central to our lives, what happens to our relationship with the natural world? In commissioning two new song cycles – […]

Lyric Fest Presents Music in the White House

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact Lari Robling larirob@gmail.com 215 978 6933 Lyric Fest Presents Music in the White House A retrospective of the American spirit as seen through the music of our Presidents In collaboration with Singing City, Lyric Fest offers a musical documentary detailing the development of the American spirit as reflected in the music […]

Lyric Fest Presents Letters to Santa

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact Lari Robling larirob@gmail.com 215 978 6933 Lyric Fest Presents Letters to Santa Kick Off the Holiday Season with a Happy Hour and Mini Concert In a new concert format that combines a happy hour with a week night mini concert, Lyric Fest starts the holiday season Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 […]

Sincerely Yours – Letters Set to Music Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact Lari Robling larirob@gmail.com 215 978 6933   Lyric Fest Presents Sincerely Yours – Letters Set to Music Commission project celebrates the most personal of all communication and a dying art Philadelphia, Pa March, 2016 The final Lyric Fest concert of this season premieres newly commissioned works by Philadelphia composers Benjamin C.S. […]