AMBLER, PA, April 18, 2011 – Czech singer-songwriter and award –winning classical guitarist, Lena Filipová, will be performing in concert on Wednesday, May 4, 8PM, at Trinity Episcopal Church, Highland Ave. and Bethlehem Pike, Ambler. Ambler-based singer-songwriters, Debra Lee and Rick Denzien who perform as the duo Lyra Project, will be opening.
A versatile artist, Lenka has been major figure in the popular music scene of the Czech Republic for several decades. Her music includes classical guitar, pop songs, folk ballads, and French art songs (chansons). She speaks and sings in Russian, French and English
She studied at the Prague Musical Conservatory, and at the International Music Academy in Paris, and in 2008 was chosen by the world-renowned singer, Celine Dion, to open at her Prague concert.
She has toured throughout all of Europe, Japan, and North America, and is winner of two prestigious music awards, the Angel Award, and also the Golden Nightingale Award, (equivalent to the Grammy and the American Music Awards in the Czech Republic). She also won the Grand Prix title in the international Guitar Festival in Antil, Holland.
will perform songs from her latest album, “The Best of Lenka Filipová”
which showcases music from three decades of her Gold and Platinum selling
albums, including 10 lyrical and 4 classical guitar releases.
The concert is sponsored by the greater Czech and Slovak community of Philadelphia and New Jersey region, where Ambler is the center of social activities, according to Czech-born Ambler resident Miroslav Oborny, President of the Czech and Slovak Heritage Association.
The concert is open to the public. Advance tickets are $25, available online at http://www.cskstore.com, or at the door for $30. For more information, contact Miro Oborny, 610-416-1614. Doors open at 7:30 PM.
information on Lenka Filipová, visit
Lenka Filipová 2011 Tour - concert in PHILADEPHIA, PA
Tickets: $25 on-line & Door
Kids over 10 $10. kids under 10 free
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