BWW TV EXCLUSIVE: At the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame with Kristin Chenoweth, the Go-Go's and Pink Martini!

In True Hollywood, stars-studded fashion, BWW TV Los Angeles Correspondent and Co-Producer Michael Sterling, along with Co-Producer/Videographer Jordan Santacana captured LA's first official day of summer at the historic, world renowned Hollywood Bowl where an audience of 18,000 celebrated the landmark's 93rd season and 15th Annual Hall of Fame to which the delicious concoction of Pink Martini, pop icons the Go-Go's, and Broadway mega star and American treasure Kristin Chenoweth were honored and inducted.

As if that wasn't reason enough to celebrate, the world class state-of the-art amphitheater was also named Best Major Outdoor Concert Venue in the U.S. for its 10th consecutive year at the 25th Annual Pollstar Concert Industry Awards. Also participating in the night's festivities were such stars as Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson, Producer Nigel Lythgoe, film and TV legend Anne Jeffreys, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Conductor Thomas Wilkins, Academy Award winner Helen Hunt, Grammy nominated recording star Natasha Bedingfield, beloved television stars Carol Burnett and Barbara Eden; Cybill Shepherd, Sarah Michelle Geller, Kathy Griffin, Madmen's Jay R. Ferguson, and a Glee's Lea Michele.

However, the evening's most emotional celebrating came by way of raising more than $1,000,000 for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's many educational and community programs, which serve more than 150,000 youth, families and teachers every year. Proof positive of the organization's philanthropic efforts was a majestic performance of "Marquez" Danon No 2 (abridged) by the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles under conducted by Thomas Wilkins. As always, the event concluded with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra supporting a spectacular display of specially programmed fireworks showcased above the Bowl's famed shell.

For more information about the Hollywood Bowl and it's 2014 Season lineup of upcoming events, visit www.hollywoodbowl.com.

BWW TV EXCLUSIVE: At the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame with Kristin Chenoweth, the Go-Go's and Pink Martini!
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Michael Sterling & Jordan Santacana MICHAEL STERLING is a successful entrepreneur of public relations and stage productions. Throughout the years, he has represented such icons as Elizabeth Taylor, Lance Armstrong, Scott Hamilton, Robert Goulet, Joan Collins, George Harrison, the Bee Gees, Andy Gibb, Donny and Marie Osmond and the Osmond Brothers, and Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager. He has also represented numerous theatre productions including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat starring Andy Gibb on Broadway, the 30th Anniversary U.S. National Tour of The Fantasticks starring Robert Goulet, Broadway on Ice starring Scott Hamilton and Dorothy Hamill, Concert on Ice starring Dorothy Hamill, and Festival on Ice starring Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner. In 2006, Sterling opened the award-winning cabaret Sterling's Upstairs at Vitello's in Studio City, CA dedicated to presenting the best of Broadway musical theatre performers in concert. The popular supper club is the most award-winning critically acclaimed such venue in the greater Los Angeles area. In October, 2009, Mr. Sterling created an alliance with Broadway World.com TV to co-produce and co-host television packages about select Los Angeles theatre. In May, 2010, he co-created the State of the Arts radio series for broadcast by LA Talk Radio.com, one of the world wide web's most successful and innovative radio sites. Presented by Breakdown Services, State of the Arts has become a popular weekly series co-produced and co-hosted by Mr. Sterling and actor Paul Stroili. www.msapr.net

Since he was 8 years old, JORDAN SANTACANA has been writing, directing, and editing films. By the time he was in high school, he was making hour long modern day grindhouse spaghetti westerns. His first industry job was casting the extras for the Ben Affleck vehicle, “Runner, Runner”. He moved from Puerto Rico to California, and now resides in Burbank. His current projects are a big budget short film about the war in Iraq, and multiple music videos.


 
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