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She sings with the power and pain of Judy Garland, the sophistication of Barbra Streisand and the humour and warmth of Judy Holliday.
- Gary Smith, The Hamilton Spectator, May 7, 2011

Hamilton’s much loved siren of song, maven of musicals, agitator and activist extraordinaire Lyla Miklos.
- Robin Pittis, VIEW Magazine, September 6, 2013

In their supporting roles [in HTI's production of Falsettos], the incomparable Lyla Miklos as Dr. Charlotte and the enchanting Melissa Todd as Cordelia round out the story’s homonormative circle with visual and vocal perfection.
- Tom Mackan, VIEW Magazine, November 21, 2013

Lyla Miklos [in HTI's production of A Grand Night For Singing] displays her natural comedic skill in hilarious numbers like “Shall We Dance?”, which turns the lovely ballroom dance of Anna and her King, into a silly duet of mismatched proportions with Steven B. Andrews. Later Miklos brings her strong voice to “It Might As Well Be Spring” from State Fair, and the round notes reverberate throughout the room.
- Kerry Corrigan , VIEW Magazine, April 7, 2005

Lyla Miklos seen as never before in the archly shameless hussy role of Fraulein Kost [in The Players' Guild of Hamilton's production of Cabaret], gives a terrific performance also when singing the prophetic song with the company Tomorrow Belongs To Me.
- Sara Cymbalisty, VIEW Magazine, April 28, 2016

A HAMILTON SPECTATOR TOP THEATRE PERFORMER OF 2014!
I don't usually include non-professional performers in this list, but Lyla Miklos' cabaret performance at The Staircase in Hamilton forces an exception. Miklos sang a concert that included opera, Broadway and American Songbook standards. It was so daring, so rich, so full of personal passion I could have listened to it all over again.
- Gary Smith, The Hamilton Spectator, December 22, 2014



Lyla Online:

Lyla's You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/lylamiklos


Lyla Live:

What: Centre Stage
When: Sundays
Time: 6-7pm EST
Where: 101.5 FM The Hawk
Description: A celebration of Musicals from both the stage and screen with your host Lyla Miklos. Music, Interviews, Reviews, Theatre News and Ticket Giveaways. Listen live on-line or on the radio.
Station Website: http://www.1015thehawk.ca
Centre Stage Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/CentreStageWithLylaMiklos

What: Comfort and Joy: A Fundraiser for the AIDS Network
When: Friday, December 6, 2019
Time: 6-10pm
Where: Art Gallery of Hamilton
Address: 123 King Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 4S8
Description: Join us at the Art Gallery of Hamilton for an evening of Comfort and Joy, a charity silent auction of arts and handmade crafts from dozens of local artisans and makers, with all proceeds going to The AIDS Network! Featuring live entertainment, fabulous prizes, a craft market and a silent auction of some amazing, one of a kind pieces from the talented creative professionals in the communities we serve. For over 30 years, The AIDS Network has been a leader in education, support and advocacy for people living with, affected by and vulnerable to HIV in the communities of Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant. We are the only AIDS Service Organization in our regions of 1.4 million people. Our programs include vital HIV/AIDS prevention, harm reduction services, food security programs, transportation assistance, Men4Men clinics, programs for women, queer and trans youth, and racialized communities.
AIDS Network Website: https://aidsnetwork.ca/
Art Gallery of Hamilton Website: https://www.artgalleryofhamilton.com/
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/598187570585462/



Lyla In Studio:

"Born This Way"

Words and Music by Stefani Germanotta, Jeppe Laursen,
Fernanda Garibay, and Paul Blair

Performed by Lyla Miklos with Rachel Derry on piano

Recorded by Allan Sharp at The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton on June 26, 2011

Download/Listen - BornThisWay.mp3 - 3:57, 7.257MB


"Let It Be"

Words and Music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

Performed by Lyla Miklos with Pavlov's Dogs

Recorded on September 13, 2008

Download/Listen - LetItBe.mp3 - 3:28, 5.27MB


"Why"

Words and Music by Annie Lennox

Performed by Lyla Miklos (vocals), Rachel Derry (piano/vocals), Anne-Marie Pavlov (vocals) and Pamela Marques (vocals)

Recorded at The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton on August 12, 2007

Download/Listen - Why.m4a - 1:07, 1.04MB


"One"

Words and Music by U2

Performed by Lyla Miklos (vocals), Anne-Marie Pavlov (guitar/vocals), Rachel Derry (piano/vocals), and Pamela Marques (percussion/vocals)

Recorded at The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton on August 12, 2007

Download/Listen - One.m4a - 56 seconds, 900kB


"In His Eyes"

From Jekyll & Hyde

Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
Music by Frank Wildhorn

Sung by Lyla Miklos and Pamela Marques

Recorded at Catherine North Studios on June 27, 2003

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-366291364-783905171/in-his-eyes

Download/Listen - InHisEyes.wav - 54 seconds, 16bit Stereo, 1.7MB


"The Flowers of September"

Music & Lyrics by Scott Cameron Smith

Sung by Scott Cameron Smith with backup vocals by
Chris Arnold, Alex Beamish, Patrick Brown, Bob Gibson, Jude Johnson, David McEachern, Pamela Marques,
Jamie
Marr, Lyla Miklos and Lisa Winn.

Recorded at Grant Avenue Studios on April 2, 2002

Download/Listen - TheFlowersOfSeptember.wav - 37 seconds, 16bit Stereo, 1.2MB