Distinguished Vocalist to perform at the Mission Trails Regional Park’s Visitor Center
San Diego County CA—On Sunday, August 2 at 3 p.m., the Visitor Center at Mission Trails Regional Park will host renowned vocalist Lillian Palmer. During the concert, Lillian will sing a variety of songs, ranging from big band swing to doo-wop to contemporary jazz. Palmer will be accompanied by a three piece jazz trio.
The Park’s Visitor Center allows for an intimate setting and a rich, acoustically-enhanced listening experience for the audience. The concert will be free for guests, though space is limited and concertgoers are encouraged to arrive early to the event.
Lillian Palmer is a seasoned entertainer with years of experience performing both as a singer and actress. She is best known for her powerful and classically-trained voice, which has graced audiences around the world and throughout San Diego and California
Lillian’s study of classical music began at the age of fifteen and inspired her to become involved in musical theater. From there she became fascinated and inspired by classic pieces. As a young adult, she honed her vocal talent while living in Italy and performing in nightclubs and cabaret venues. After four years living abroad, Lillian returned to the United States but continued to perform.
After returning to California, Lillian formed a vocal group, Party of 4, which is one of San Diego’s premier vocal performance quartets, specializing big band swing, 50’s, 60’s and contemporary jazz.
In 2008, Palmer released her debut CD, Like a Lover. The album was produced by Grammy winner Bill Cunliffe and features ten different pieces that showcase Lillian’s unique vocal talent. The album has garnered praise from critics, including Paul Hormick of the San Diego Troubadour, Kevin Taylor of KPOP Music, Marvin Dickie of The Urban Music Scene and many others.
The concert is part of the Park’s free concert series, designed to showcase Mission Trails Regional Park as San Diego’s premiere educational and recreational resource. Admission is free. More information about the free concert series at Mission Trails Regional Park, can be found at www.mtrp.org