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Liam Ginsburg featured in ‘Lyrics for Life’ benefit concert at Symphony Space on Sunday

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by KOTA Productions. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

KOTA Productions’ Lyrics for Life will play Symphony Space on Sunday, November 12, 2023 at 7:00 pm. A musical celebration in honor of mental health awareness and suicide prevention, Lyrics for Life aims to break the stigma surrounding mental health through the power of music.

This highly anticipated event will feature a star-studded lineup of talented performers from Broadway, TV, and film between 6-25 years old. The evening will be hosted by Swayam Bhatia (Disney’s The Mighty Ducks and HBO’s Succession) and Devin Trey Campbell (Broadway’s MJ The Musical, Kinky Boots and ABC’s Single Parents), and features Pelham’s Liam Ginsburg.

Liam, a current junior at Pelham Memorial High School, was the 2022 winner of the Roger Rees Awards –the youngest performer ever to have won the award.   That same year, he represented the greater New York  area at the  National High School Musical Theater Awards. Locally,  Liam has appeared in countless Pelham Memorial High School Sock ‘N’ Buskin shows, and is set to appear in the upcoming production  of Peter and the Starcatcher,  from November 17th-19th. (Link to tickets: He has also performed at the Toonerville Music Festival, The Pelham Picture House’s ‘A Not So SIlent Night’, and Pelham Together’s Summerfest.

Laura Luc, creator of Lyrics for Life and founder of KOTA, will direct and produce the benefit concert. Alex-Renee Davies will serve as music director, with choreography by Jeorgi Smith.

KOTA Productions, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization based in New York City, is dedicated to creating innovative entertainment for all ages. KOTA aims to inspire young people to follow their passions and make a positive impact on the world through the arts and beyond.

Tickets are now on sale at


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