Pops concert featuring the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic includes favorites from classic musicals to benefit Salvation Army charities
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The Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic: a 50-piece orchestra consisting of lawyers, judges, law students, and legal staff with musical chops
Things these lawyers can do for you: contest a traffic violation; tug at your heartstrings
Their repertoire includes: favorites from classic Broadway musicals such as South Pacific and Guys & Dolls
Performers who haven’t taken the LSAT—yet: Actor Ed Asner will narrate “The Impossible Dream” from Man of La Mancha, and 16-year-old soprano Golda Berkman will sing Puccini’s timeless “Un Bel Di” from Madame Butterfly.
Other special guests include: actress June Lockhart, singer-dancer Carol Lawrence, singer-songwriter Rozzi Crane, and Hon. Arthur Gilbert, a presiding justice of the California Court of Appeal, who will perform Leroy Anderson’s “The Typewriter.”
Proceeds benefit: Salvation Army charities for veterans and homeless families