WILLIAM BELL began his training at the age of 16 at the Ballet Royale Institute Academy in Columbia, Maryland. Throughout his years in high school, William danced for a variety of dance companies; and competed in numerous dance competitions. As a result of his strong dance skills, he was a finalist for the Maryland Distinguished Scholar for Talent in the Arts Award, which resulted in a four year educational scholarship to any college in Maryland.
THE TENORS have been thrilling audiences around the world with their powerful voices and memorable melodies. Blending classical music and contemporary pop, the vocal super group have achieved international success, showcasing their undeniable charm and diverse vocal styles.
For one night only, Beck, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conductor David Campbell and special guests will perform songs and stories inspired by Song Reader, Beck’s book of sheet music. The music will be complemented by personal stories narrated by special guests.
Born in Mississippi in 1943, VAN DYKE PARKS was a musical prodigy and actor who later became a session musician, composer, producer, arranger, lyricist, and singer. His own music is as cinematic, fantastical and even phantasmagorical as it is from the heart.
Born on July 4th, 1993 in Huntsville, Alabama, TOI’YA BRENAE LEATHERWOOD always knew that she was destined for the arts in a major way. Toi’ya trained strictly as a ballerina under the direction of Clinton and Carrie Rothwell during the school year and American Ballet Theatre in the summer. Toi’ya quickly became known in the ballet world receiving national scholarships to American Ballet Theatre, Ballet West, New Jersey Ballet, Alabama Ballet, Eglevsky Ballet, Birmingham-Southern, and Chicago River North just to name of few.