Los Angeles Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends Tickets

A highly renowned American actress and singer, Rita Wilson will be making her way to the Walt Disney Concert Hall this season. At the show the talented artist will be joined by special guest Jimmy Webb, along with several others. Wilson will present her smooth vocals, singing some of the greatest soft rock hits from the seventies and early eighties era. She will also sing in collaboration with some of her most beloved co-stars. Those who are interested in becoming a part of this singing spectacle can now purchase cheap LA Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends tickets and find some best deals.

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About Los Angeles Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends

The forthcoming LA Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends show is being brought to the residents of the Hollywood by the Los Angeles Philharmonic organization. Based in California, this institution is considered to be one of the prime orchestras of the area. LA Philharmonic was founded in 1919 by an arts enthusiast and copper baron, William Andrew Clark, Jr. Also a part time violinist, Clark always wanted to promote the classical arts. Upon the organization’s initiation Clark invited Walter Henry Rothwell to fill in the position of the music director. The debut concert that was bought by the LA Philharmonic took place a year later in which Clark was seen playing the second violin as part of the orchestra.

Los Angeles Philharmonic’s current music director is Gustavo Dudamel who started his tenure in 2009. During his residency period, the institution became the recipient of the “Morton Gould Award” presented by American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. This award was presented from the category of “Innovative Programming”. Over the years the LA Philharmonic has brought to stage some of the most popular musicians and instrumentalists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Clark Wilson, Pedro Carneiro, Yefim Bronfman, Andras Schiff, Leif Ove Andsnes and Hector Olivera, amongst numerous others. This time the orchestral institution is bringing to stage a unique event that will bring forth Rita Wilson in collaboration with some of the most talented artists. To witness a show that will take you back into the era of seventies and eighties, you should buy LA Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends tickets now.

Born in 1956, Margarita Ibrahimova, more popularly known as Rita Wilson is a popular American producer, singer and occasional actress. Hailing from Los Angeles, Wilson was born to a family with Greek descents. Her first media role was in the television series “The Brady Bunch” in which she made a guest appearance in the episode “Greg’s Triangle”. Wilson then went onto appearing in two episodes of “M*A*S*H” playing the character of Nurse Lacey. Over the years, the actress has appeared in several feature films such as Teen witch, Volunteers, Sleepless in Seattle, Runaway Bride, It’s Complicated, Raise Your Voice, Jingle All the Way and Now and Then. Currently the actress was seen starring in television series such as From the Earth to the Moon, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Frasier, Girls and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She was also seen working as the producer for the highest grossing independent movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

As a singer, Rita Wilson released her debut album through Decca Records. The album was named “AM/FM” and consisted of classics such as “All I Have to do is Dream”, “Never My Love”, “Come See about Me”, “Angel of the Morning” and “Good Times Charlie”. A popular composer, singer and songwriter, Jimmy Webb worked with Wilson on the release. The multi-Grammy winning artist, Webb has written hits for Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Donna Summer, R.E.M and Barbra Streisand.
Listen to some of his compositions that he created for Rita Wilson at the forthcoming LA Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends show. Grab your set of LA Philharmonic Rita Wilson and Friends tickets today and reserve a seat for your friends and family at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.