ABOUT LYDIA LIEBMAN PROMOTIONS
INNOVATION. CREATIVITY. & ALL THAT JAZZ.
Lydia Liebman Promotions is a public relations agency and consulting firm based in New York City with additional operations in Boston.
Since 2010, Lydia Liebman Promotions has worked with a robust roster of jazz artists (independent and signed), educational and cultural institutions, record labels, non-profits and production companies to captivate and engage audiences while bringing awareness to America's greatest art form. Whether servicing a new release to international press or filling a 1500 seat theater, LLP has a proven track record of fulfilling the unique communication needs of the music industry through innovative and modern campaigns.
Originally geared toward up-and-coming musicians at Berklee College of Music, LLP has stayed true to its roots of promoting independent musicians and is proud to have collaborated with over 60 individual artists as of this year as well as assisted in the promotion of over 120. Collaborations have taken place with Revive Music, the Brooklyn Jazz Underground, JazzBoston, The Berklee Global Jazz Institute of Berklee College of Music, Interrobang Records and the International Association of Schools of Jazz, to name a few. Outside of music, LLP has worked within the realm of dance, film and education.
Reviews, placements, editorial features and announcements updated daily! Check out the press reel to see the latest! Recent features include the New York Times, New York Jazz Record, Jazziz, Downbeat Magazine, and more.
Design services stand as the cornerstone of LLP with over 200 pieces designed since the agency's beginnings. All promotional materials, including posters, flyers and postcards, are designed in house with other offerings ranging from press kits and one sheets to web design. Click here to access the design archive.
Since its inception in 2010, LLP has promoted countless performances across the United States and internationally. Promoted venues include the Berklee Performance Center, the Panama Jazz Festival, Symphony Space, the Jazz Gallery, 54 Below, The Blue Whale and more. Click here to access the complete event archive.
WHAT WE DO
Price information available upon request
Fill your next room with LLP's design services, press release distribution, coordinated communication, material distribution, and social media campaign.
Promote your new release with a specially designed publicity campaigned designed to generate reviews, interviews and press.
We help you stand out from the crowd with beautifully designed press kits and web sites.
Image integration, media training and other consulting services available.
Founder, Creative Director, Publicist
Lydia Liebman founded LLP during her second year of college at Emerson College and Berklee College of Music. What began as a flyer designing business for Berklee students soon went on to become a full-fledged public relations firm marked by her first major client, the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. Her work as a promoter and publicist is informed by her work as a jazz radio host and musician.
by the Jazz Page With The Sound of Surprise: Live at the Side Door, saxophonist Mike Casey makes an impressive debut. The recording puts you right in the room for a set that is brimming with the creative intensity that is enhanced by the presence of a live audience. There’s a gritty and raw improvisational … Read More
by Peter Bacon, London Jazz News The Baylor Project is husband and wife team Marcus – former drummer with Yellowjackets – and Jean – a versatile soul-jazz singer who has sung guest vocals with, among others, Yellowjackets and Marcus Strickland’s Twi-Life – she appeared with the band at last year’s Cheltenham Jazz Festival. The pair … Read More
by L. Michael Gipson, Soul Tracks The Baylor Project – The Journey There are many kinds of journeys traveled over the 11 tracks of The Baylors’ The Journey, both explicit and implied. The most obvious is the project’s journey across a range of genres that Nicholas Payton calls Black American Music or BAM, from jazz … Read More