New York, NY (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
Greek Press & Communication Office, permanent mission of Greece to the UN, will host a press conference to premier Thomas Bähler’s new illustrated novel, telling the story of Æsop.
Thomas Bähler, the man behind the music of the stars, including Michael Jackson, Josh Groban, Willie Nelson, Cher, The London Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Sandoval & Patti LaBelle (to name a few) invites you to the premier of the new illustrated edition of his timeless book Anything is Possible.
Bähler has crafted a poignant, joyous, simply stated yet deeply profound novel about the life of Æsop, a man who lived 2,600 years ago and is still changing lives by being quoted over 1 million times each day around the world.
Bähler believes the key is in those who see the world through their imagination and want to create the future. Bähler is clearly shaping the future by inspiring millions to ignite their imagination while awakening their belief in unlimited possibilities.
Æsop’s life story and Bähler’s life experiences are proof that anything really is possible.
What: Press conference to launch Anything is Possible
Hosted by: Greek Press Office
Who: Thomas Bähler
When: June 11, 2013 at 6:30 pm
Where: Greek Press Office
305 E 47th Street Floor 2 New York, NY 10017-2309
Messages Delivered By: Kenny Rogers, Richard Carpenter, Gary Goldstein, Jeff Marx, Jay Johnson, Ken Kragen, Jeff Hayes and many more.
Why: Greek Press Office Hosts Press Conference for Thomas Bähler, songwriter to the stars, to debut his novel about famed fable-weaver Æsop. Modern Day Music Legend Credits 2600 Year-Old Philosophy with Storied Success
RSVP: sstewarwat(at)sheilastewart(dot)com (all guests must RSVP for security reasons)
(Huffington Post just one media outlet already confirmed to attend)
For more information, contact Sheila Stewart at sstewart(at)sheilastewart(dot)com 303.378.2022 (cell)
“Anything is Possible is an extraordinary read. A thought-provoking exploration of freedom, it will inspire anyone who has ever dreamed of a better life,” Quincy Jones.