Arts In: Tom Sivak

February 02, 2017 by BARBARA ST. CLAIR | FEATURED ARTICLES, MUSIC, PODCAST
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Tom Sivak

Tom Sivak is an adventurous composer and lyricist who talks about turning Beatles songs into Bach fugues, a musical version of “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die – in 3D!!!” and an Andrews Sisters spoof on Shakespeare that featured Jose Ferrer at Lincoln Center. Tom spoke to us shortly after revealing his new comic opera, “Dr. Dilligaff’s Baboon,” at The Palladium.

You can find out more about Tom’s work at http://tomsivak.com and follow the development of “Dr. Dilligaff’s Baboon” at http://www.rapidreturns.org/artistslandingpage/.

 

Arts In is produced by Matt and Sheila Cowley. Executive Producer, Barbara St. Clair for Creative Pinellas.

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