The Harvard Law School Association of Los Angeles invites you to join us for:

LA Lawyers Philharmonic & Legal Voices Tenth Annual Concert Extraordinaire:

an evening of amazing music

 Saturday, June 29, 2019

8:00 pm

at

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S. Grand St., Los Angeles, California 90012
 

Featuring HLS Alumni Miriam Benor '04, Beth Bergman '89, Kevin Blum '09, David Codell '95,
Melanie Moultry '02, Lisa Norton '81, Morgan Ricketts '09 and Ariel Shpigel '18

 

You can buy advance tickets here. Tickets start at $20 each.


Performances will include the mighty “O Fortuna” from Carmina Burana, the “Ode to Joy” from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, selections from Man of La Mancha and a salute to legendary TV/film composer Charles Fox (“Killing Me Softly” and themes from Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley and Love Boat).


Gary S. Greene, Esq., the founder of the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic and its 100-member chorus, Legal Voices, and Fox, a Grammy and Emmy award-winning composer, will conduct. Tony Award winner Michael Maguire, Esq., will be a featured soloist. Choral Director Jim Raycroft will lead the orchestra and chorus in the popular song "You Raise Me Up." Concertmaster Michael Su will perform Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso for solo violin and orchestra.


For more information, visit www.LALawyersPhil.org.


50% of the concert ticket price is a tax-deductible donation. (A portion will be donated to the LA County Bar Association Counsel for Justice and the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation to help those who cannot afford legal services and to the LA Lawyers Philharmonic. All are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.)


Questions? Email Ariel Shpigel

 

Buy Tickets Here!

When:

Saturday, 06/29/19 at 8:00pm - 11:00pm | iCal

Where:

Walt Disney Hall
111 S. Grand St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

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