What audiences are saying about Lyric Fest

“It's much more than just a concert. It's the feeling of being alive.”

Raehann Bryce- Davis,  Photo: Donato Valentino

“You are at the center of the world where music, poetry, and thought come together. You are inches away from the art, and there's no other group that is giving you that kind of emotional immediacy.”

Lyric Fest is a place to experience the unique power of the human voice in song. We bring together great singers, composers, history, biography, and humor. Here we tell our stories in song.

Proof of vaccination and masking is required for all Lyric Fest performances.

Have A Look At Our

2022-2023 Season

November

A Singer's Singer

Biography in Music of Winneretta Singer - An American Patroness in Paris

12 & 13

December

Ode to the Lost Song - Arne Dørumsgaard

Arrangements of Arne Dørumsgaard

6 & 7

February

COTTON

New multi-media work Inspired by the cotton photography of Philadelphia artist John Dowell

25 & 28

April

Metamorphosis of Plants

A Lieder celebration for Earth Day at Longwood Gardens

22 & 23

May

Bewitched

The Bothered, Bewildered Songs of Rodgers & Hart

23 & 24

Here's What's Happening Right Now

Dawns, Dreams & Visions

Elysian Fields

A 20th Anniversary celebration of Lyric Fest’s beginnings with solos and duets by two rising vocal stars, Sun-Ly Pierce & Magdalena Kuźma. These exciting young artists are both alums of The Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, CA, where artistic directors Suzanne DuPlantis and Laura Ward met and first dreamed of founding Lyric Fest. Dawns, Dreams, & Visions in song of Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Canteloube, Rachmaninoff, Boyle, Ferré, Higdon, Cipullo, Lieberson and more...

Where
When
Academy of Vocal Arts
September 18, 2022 @ 3:00 pm
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
September 20, 2022 @ 7:30 pm