Links to media stories and videos about Letter from Italy, 1944 may be found here in the “Press” section.
Nicholas Oresko, 96, Medal of Honor Recipient, Dies - NYTimes.com.
Letter from Italy benefitted from the annual Mayor's Ball and some LFI singers performed for the guests at the June 1 event.
Christopher Arnott's notice of the Letter from Italy 1944 production. "Good luck getting a ticket!" and "Here's hoping for further renditions" of the work.
"LETTER FROM ITALY, 1944" A WORLD PREMIERE MASTERWORK BONNIE GOLDBERG 203-397-5433 Call it " a soldier's story told in music," " dramatic oratorio," "a moving opera" or "two sisters' loving tribute to their father," "Letter from Italy, 1944" tells … Continue reading
The New Haven Register (nhregister.com), Serving New Haven, CT Entertainment > Arts SCSU’s Sheila Garvey stages 'Letters from Italy 1944' oratorio Friday, April 19, 2013 By Donna Doherty email@example.com / Twitter: @nhregarts MIDDLETOWN — It’s a story that’s been told in hushed conversations that … Continue reading
The local blog Middletown Eye posted an article by Col. Stephen Devoto on Letter from Italy, 1944 and the LFI "Community Conversations" series. You can read the article here.
Members and friends of the Greater Middletown Chorale were recently cited by the Connecticut General Assembly for their work in bringing Letter from Italy, 1944 to life. The citations were presented by retiring state Senator Len Suzio, who brought the engrossed … Continue reading
The Greater Middletown Chorale has learned from Connecticut's Department of Economic and Community Development's CT Office of the Arts that it has been awarded a grant for the "Letter from Italy" Documentary in the amount of $60,000 — the largest single grant … Continue reading
CThumanities has awarded a $7,000 grant to the Greater Middletown Chorale for Letter from Italy, 1944–Generational Legacies, a CT community conversation.
Grants totalling over $16,000 were awarded to the Greater Middletown Chorale supporting its production of Letter from Italy, 1944. Patch.com, 10/12/2012