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What’s more romantic than Sinatra tunes?

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What’s more romantic than Sinatra tunes?

Steve Lippa

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POSTED January 14, 2012 2:09 a.m.

STOCKTON — The Stockton Symphony continues its wildly popular Pops series with a romantic concert for you and your valentine, when it presents the Valentine Pops: Steve Lippia in “Simply Sinatra,” on Saturday, Feb. 11. Tickets are selling quickly for this concert which begins at 6  p.m. at the Atherton Auditorium on the San Joaquin Delta College campus in Stockton.

An evening of sublime vocals features outstanding performer Steve Lippia, who has quickly established his place among the finest interpreters of “standards” and traditional pop music in the nation. Sinatra fans will enjoy “Ol’ Blue Eyes” hits, including “Witchcraft,” “Fly Me To the Moon,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “Luck Be a Lady,” and many more favorites. His show introduces a new generation to this timeless music, while appealing to longtime listeners.

Purchase tickets online at www.stocktonsymphony.org or call the Symphony office at (209) 951-0196 to order tickets in advance. Tickets begin at $22; tickets for children and students with an ID are half price.

Lippia has headlined in extended engagements at the Rio Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and Resorts Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. He has performed in multiple engagements for Hilton Atlantic City and Casino Windsor, among others. As headliner at the legendary Birdland Jazz Club in New York City, Mr. Lippia appeared with the Nelson Riddle and Woody Herman Orchestras to standing-room-only crowds.

 Lippia performed at a gala event for the world-renowned JazzAspen Festival, special events in Beverly Hills at the estates of producers Irwin Winkler and Aaron Spelling, a gala fundraiser honoring Betty Ford in Vail, and at multiple events for the Walton family, the Crown family, Donald Trump, and Michael Dell.



For more information about the Symphony, including future performances, guest artists, how to volunteer, and blogs, please visit www.StocktonSymphony.org and www.facebook/StocktonSymphonyCA.com.

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