Liza Pulman ‘Sings Streisand’ in Support of World Voice Day 2019
April 1st 2019
With Barbra Streisand’s voice still on top form, Fascinating Aida’s, Liza Pulman, urges us to ‘Sing Streisand’ as she releases her own version of a Streisand classic for World Voice Day, alongside her compelling ‘Liza Pulman Sings Streisand’ show at The Lyric West End
With Barbra Streisand considered to be one of the greatest female vocalists of our modern times, masterfully commanding her voice as an instrument, it’s no surprise that Fascinating Aida’s, Liza Pulman is encouraging us to ‘Sing Streisand’, in celebration of World Voice Day 2019. Gifting us with her own version of Streisand’s ‘You Don’t Bring Me Flowers’, in a video specially created for the day: alongside her limited edition run of ‘Liza Pulman Sings Streisand’ shows at The Lyric Theatre, in London’s West End.
So, whether you’re a cheery ‘Happy Days Are Here Again’ personality or a reflective ‘The Way We Were’ romantic, Liza Pulman urges us all to join her to ‘Sing Streisand’ and turn our voices into instruments for World Voice Day. Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing on World Voice Day, just choose your favourite Streisand song and sing!
“You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, is one of the world’s most heart-breaking songs, from one of the world’s most heart-warming voices – I just had to bring this to you all, to share the power of the human voice with everyone on World Voice Day,” smiles Liza.