Steve Lippia to perform with Lafayette Symphony Orchestra

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Lafayette Symphony Orchestra’s season finale, “Simply Sinatra,” is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at the Long Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Lafayette, Indiana.

The concert features vocalist Steve Lippia, who introduces a new generation to the timeless music of Frank Sinatra, while appealing to long-time listeners. Reminiscent of the young Sinatra combined with that of Harry Connick Jr., and Bobby Darin, Lippia moves from crisp, popping swing tunes to lush, poignant ballads.

He is not a Sinatra impersonator, but a vocalist who pays tribute to the singer’s style and repertoire. He possesses a great stage presence – a charm and an ease that immediately endears audiences to him. Whether delivering a saloon tune at Birdland, the legendary New York City jazz club or headlining in major symphony halls, Steve Lippia brings to life the music and lyrics of some of the greats such as Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen and Rodgers and Hart.

He has recently performed to sold-out audiences with major symphonies across North America including, Rochester Philharmonic, Naples Philharmonic, Winnipeg, Tucson, Lexington, Grand Rapids, Colorado and Jacksonville to name a few. His show is a rich, powerful celebration of some of the greatest music this country has known – The Great American Song Book.

All single tickets are $35. For tickets, call 765-742-6463 or go to

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