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Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops Announce Guest Artists for South Florida Concerts

Maestro Bob Lappin leads the Palm Beach Pops Orchestra into their 19th season in South Florida with six hotly anticipated concerts, and performers including The Nylons, Clint Holmes, Michael Cavanaugh and John Pizzarelli.


Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops Announce Guest Artists for South Florida Concerts
2010-08-22
WEST PALM BEACH, FL, August 22, 2010 (Press-News.org) Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops, known for their signature concerts themed around music from the Great American Songbook and world famous guest artists, will launch its 19th concert season for 2010-2011. Music director and conductor Bob Lappin leads the orchestra into a thrilling season with six hotly anticipated concerts on November 1, 2010. Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops have been described by the Palm Beach Daily News as "at the top of their game."

Programs to include: Let It Be...The Beatles, The Best of Broadway, The Streisand Songbook, An Evening of Rodgers & Hart, Celebrating the Great Sammy Davis, Jr. and The Music of Billy Joel.

Guest artists include Clint Holmes, Michael Cavanaugh, The Nylons, and The John Pizzarelli Quartet.

Concert venues include the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach, The Carole and Barry Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton and the Eissey Campus Theatre at Palm Beach State College in Palm Beach Gardens.

Let It Be...The Beatles
November 1-3 & 5-7, 2010 at 8pm
Bob Lappin, Music Director and Conductor
The Nylons, Guest Artist

The opening night concert features a tribute to one of the most iconic musical groups ever...The Beatles with guest artist The Nylons. The Nylons are a world famous singing group best known for their hits, "Kiss Him Goodbye," "Chain Gang" and "Happy Together" from their seven gold and platinum recordings. Billboard Magazine calls this group "one of the few groups to bring dominant vocal harmony to the American charts." Along with original orchestrations from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Maestro Bob Lappin takes the audience on a musical journey of these all-time Beatles favorites "Yesterday," "Eleanor Rigby," "Hey Jude," "All You Need Is Love" and more!

The Best of Broadway
November 29-30 and December 1, 3, 5-6, 2010 at 8pm
Bob Lappin, Music Director and Conductor
With Special Guest Artists

Described by the Palm Beach Daily News as possessing "solid musicianship, polished performers and first-class arrangements of legendary material," Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops' annual Broadway concert has become one of the best traditions in South Florida, beloved by fans everywhere! The Palm Beach Pops will present a collection of magnificent music from a variety of popular musicals by the best of Broadway's composers, featuring Broadway's brightest singing stars!

The Streisand Songbook
January 4-6 & 9-11, 2011 at 8pm
Bob Lappin, Music Director and Conductor
With Special Guest Artist

Spanning her entire career, this incredible concert celebrates the music of one of today's greatest living legends...Barbra Streisand, featuring timeless songs like "Somewhere," "Memories," "Evergreen" and "The Way We Were" as well as the music from Hello Dolly, Funny Girl and Yentl, and introducing a special guest singer.

An Evening of Rodgers & Hart
February 8,-12 & 14, 2011 at 8pm
Bob Lappin, Music Director and Conductor
The John Pizzarelli Quartet, Guest Artist

Internationally acclaimed singer and guitarist for over 25 years, John Pizzarelli puts his own spin on the light-hearted songs written by the dynamic duo of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Rodgers and Hart are remembered for their artistic collaborations on 28 stage musicals and over 500 songs, including "It's Easy to Remember" from the 1935 film Mississippi, "The Lady is a Tramp" from Babes in Arms, as well as classics "With A Song In My Heart," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered" and "My Funny Valentine." Joining Pizzarelli for the sizzling evening of song will be Larry Fuller on piano, his brother Martin Pizzarelli on bass and Tony Tedesco on drums.

Celebrating the Great Sammy Davis, Jr.
March 9, 11-15, 2011 at 8pm
Bob Lappin, Music Director and Conductor
Clint Holmes, Guest Artist

An overwhelming audience favorite, superstar Vegas entertainer Clint Holmes returns to honor one of the greatest entertainers of all time...Sammy Davis, Jr. along with other nostalgic favorites. Holmes was the buzz around town this past February when he made his debut with Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops in a concert that received rave reviews and critical acclaim, including a Critic's Pick in the Palm Beach Daily News' season review. This high energy concert will have you on your feet and satisfy your craving for sensational music.

Michael Cavanaugh in Concert: The Music of Billy Joel and More
April 4-5 & 7-10, 2011 at 8pm
Bob Lappin, Music Director and Conductor
Michael Cavanaugh, Guest Artist

Handpicked by legend Billy Joel himself to star in the hit Broadway musical Movin' Out as the original lead of the captivating 'Piano Man,' Tony- and Grammy-nominated Michael Cavanaugh has been entertaining audiences world-wide to rave reviews ever since. A truly gifted pianist and vocalist, Cavanaugh combines the hits of Billy Joel with "Just The Way You Are," Piano Man" and "New York State of Mind," as well as other legends for an amazing concert, sure to close out the season on a very high note!

TICKETS
Tickets are $29-$89 and are available by calling 800-448-2472 or visiting www.palmbeachpops.org/tickets.

THE PALM BEACH POPS was founded in 1991 by Bob Lappin with a mission to preserve and perform the music of the Great American Songbook and to introduce the rudiments of music to elementary school students. The Palm Beach Pops remain focused on its commitment to attract and excite audiences with top-quality performances, internationally celebrated artists and standards of the Great American Songbook. This symphonic pops orchestra performs annual subscription series at three venues in South Florida to an audience of over 60,000 each season. Over the years, Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops orchestra has welcomed the extraordinary talents of guest artists such as Doc Severinsen, Mel Torme, Clint Holmes, David Burnham, Hal Linden, Lena Horne, Maureen McGovern, Frank Sinatra, Jr., The Mills Brothers, The Count Basie Orchestra, Cleo Laine and John Dankworth, Diahann Carroll, Kenny Rogers, Vic Damone, Jack Jones, Judy Collins, Carol Lawrence, Christine Andreas, jazz legends Bucky Pizzarelli and John Pizzarelli, and Keely Smith -- to name just a few. For more information, call 561-832-7677 or 800-448-2472, or visit www.palmbeachpops.org.

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Maestro Bob Lappin leads the Palm Beach Pops Orchestra into their 19th season in South Florida with six hotly anticipated concerts, and performers including The Nylons, Clint Holmes, Michael Cavanaugh and John Pizzarelli.
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