Mario Lanza Museum Benefit Luncheon

Sunday, April, 23, 2017 1:00pm-4:00pm

Estia Restaurant
1405 Locust St
Philadelphia,PA

3-course lunch

Special video presentation on Mario Lanza.

50/50 Raffle

$60 per person*

For more information call 215-238-9691 or email mariolanzainstitute@verizon.net.
Please RSVP by April 15, 2017.
Luncheon begins promptly at 1:00pm.
*Includes coffee, tea and ice tea only. No refunds or credits.

For those not able to attend and wishing to make a donation, checks should be made out to Mario Lanza Institute and mailed to the following address:

Mario Lanza Institute
PO Box 54624
Philadelphia, PA 19148

Museum Tours

Tours Groups: Arrange a visit to the Mario Lanza Museum. Only $5 per person.

 

Used Record Sale

$1 per LP plus shipping. Call 215-238-9691 for availability and shipping rates.

Lanza Birthday Party 2017

Table with goodies!

Lanza Birthday Party 2017

Birthday cake!

Lanza Birthday Party 2017

Barbara DeLuca with the cake she baked.

About Us

The Mario Lanza Institute, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, honors the memory of the late, great singer by sponsoring scholarships to promising young singers to further their training and careers. More than 200 scholarships have been awarded and many of the recipients have gone on to perform at major opera houses. The scholarships are awarded to winners of an annual competition. Vocal auditions are held in October. In November, a Mario Lanza Institute announces the winners at the annual Ball. The Institute also houses a museum featuring photos and artifacts related to Mario Lanza. Holdings include clothing worn by Mario, original movie posters, boxing gloves he used in his youth, and some of his gold records If you would like to make a donation, please make your check payable to Mario Lanza Institute and mail to the following address: Mario Lanza Institute PO Box 54624 Philadelphia, PA 19148

 

 

Benefit Luncheon at Estia 2016

Elizabeth Knecht and Pasquale DiIorio

Attendees

Attendees

Attendees

Attendees

Elizabeth Knecht and Pasquale DiIorio

30 minutes with Bill Ronayne of the Mario Lanza Institute