Celebrating his 59th year in the music industry, Johnny Mathis makes his Walt Disney Concert Hall debut, accompanied by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Best-known for his supremely popular hits like “Chances Are," "It's Not for Me to Say," and "Misty,” Mathis has recorded more than 80 albums, achieved 50 hits on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary Chart, and received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. On April 4, Mathis comes to Walt Disney Concert Hall to perform some of his greatest hits and personal favorites.

“There are a number of good singers, a few great singers, then there is Johnny Mathis.” - Letter from Barbra Streisand

Emily Yetter is a company member with the up and coming theater/film/events development company, a Working Theater and the circus company LA Sirenes. She holds a BA in Acting from UCLA's TFT and a certificate from the British American Drama Academy. Notable/favorite credits include: Regan in The Exorcist at The Geffen Playhouse, Tinker Bell in Theater Threesixty's national tour of Peter Pan, the title role in South Coast Repertory's The Night Fairy, and Nena in The Vagrancy's The Conduct of Life.

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Don’t miss the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s program featuring works by Rameau, Ligeti, Shostakovich, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and excerpts from Crumb’s Black Angels.

Our annual Halloween Organ spectacular features the classic film Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with live accompaniment by organist Clark Wilson.

Gustavo Dudamel leads both the LA Phil and the Simón Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela with the Los Angeles Master Chorale in an epic performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.