Photo Flash: LA Lawyers Philharmonic and Celebrity Guests Harmonize to Help Veterans and Homeless Families
Lawyers and judges who are talented musicians of the LA Lawyers Philharmonic will join celebrity guests to make beautiful music in harmony to help veterans and homeless families on Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 at 7:30 pm. With selections from South Pacific and Guys & Dolls, this fabulous "pops" concert supports Salvation Army charities (Westwood Transitional Village, Bessie & David Pregerson Child Development Center & GrowGood urban farm). It's a musical evening with the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic, under the baton of its Founder-Conductor Gary S. Greene that features celebrities to help those in need. Actress June Lockhart will make a special appearance. Actor Ed Asner will narrate "The Impossible Dream." Singer-Dancer Carol Lawrence will entertain. KNBC 4's Fritz Coleman will MC. Singer-Songwriter Rozzi Crane will perform. Soprano Golda Berkman, 16, will sing Puccini's beloved aria, "Un Bel Di," from Madame Butterfly. Hon. Arthur Gilbert will perform Leroy Anderson's "The Typewriter" with the orchestra.The performance is at UCLA's Royce Hall (340 Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095). Tickets range from $25 to $100, with just $10 for students and active members of the military.
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Gary S. Greene, Debra Greene, and Ed Asner
Founder-Conductor Gary S. Greene