Why is Liberace named in the lyrics of hundreds of pop and hip hop recordings? Why are films and documentaries being made about him, while his jewels, costumes and other artifact collections go on exhibit at the most prestigious museums in the world, over 30 years after his death? Why are his pianos showing up on the GAMMY Awards and the OSCARS? Why did guests at the MET Gala dress in tribute to him? Come and see for yourself!
Sony Masterworks Artist, composer Chloe Flower brought tremendous attention to Liberace and made the cover of the Wall Street Journal, when she borrowed the Crystal Piano created by John Hancock from the Liberace Museum Collection, and stole the show at the 2019 Grammys. Now she’s at it again. This time…
When The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore recently played Vegas, Mackelmore took time out to visit Liberace Garage and even borrowed a few collection items for the stage.
A limited museum edition, opening version of the popular commemorative Liberace Piano ring has been introduced in support of the museum opening which will feature the original ring, at the Paris Museum of Modern Art.
Foundation installs exhibit of rarely seen artifacts from Liberace Museum Collection at one of the most exclusive enclaves overlooking Las Vegas.
The Liberace Jewels will soon be front and center in a major exhibit in Paris, France.
A mysterious gold leaf piano, once a favorite of Liberace, is acquired by the Liberace Foundation. But with each answer, a raft of other questions appear.