On Thursday March 3rd the statute of limitations for all manner of stinginess will subside as Gary S. Green takes the Royce Hall stage yet again for another arresting performance with the LA Lawyers Philharmonic! Said orchestra comprised of musicians who work the bench and chair as lawyers and judges by day will doff their briefs, robes, and gavels for a concert at Royce Hall that is sure to delight! Emceed by none other than KNBC 4’s Fritz Coleman, featuring appearances by celebrities such as Ed Asner in his narration of “The Impossible Dream”, June Lockhart in a special appearance, singer-dancer Carol Lawrence, singer-songwriter Rozzi Crane, Hon. Arthur Gilbert in his rendition of Leroy Anderson’s The Typewriter, and Soprano Golda Berkman crooning Un Bel Di by Puccini, this multifaceted concert will benefit everyone from veterans to the homeless!
By championing various Salvation Army charities the likes of which include Westwood Transitional Village, Bessie and David Pregerson Child Development Center and GrowGood Urban farm, the LA Lawyers Philharmonic will give back in sustenance and song!
Featuring a little of everyone’s standard favorites from the Broadway stage, the extravaganza will also highlight selections from South Pacific and Guys & Dolls! A presiding Gary S. Green, co-founder, violinist, conductor, and attorney for 40 years will man the helm!
The LA Lawyers Philharmonic will take the stage with the above aforementioned amazing celebrity guests this coming Thursday March 3 at 7:30 pm at UCLA’s Royce Hall: 340 Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095. Ticket prices range from $25-$100 but students and active members of the military pay only $10!