Los Angeles native Christian Campos is managing artistic director of the Horizon Music Group. In four seasons, Mr. Campos has led over twenty-five concerts with the group, including collaborations with the Cincinnati Boychoir (Bach cantatas) and Bach Collegium San Diego (St. John Passion); soloists have included mezzo-soprano Kelley O'Connor and baritone Rod Gilfry. Campos has performed at the Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Whittier College Bach Festivals.
Fivetime Grammy-winning jazz pianist and vocalist Diana Krall comes to Walt Disney Concert Hall for a special one-night-only event. Performing songs from her new album, Wallflower, Krall spans six decades of music, with familiar classics including "California Dreaming" and "Desperado," plus Bob Dylan's "Wallflower" and more recent works by Crowded House and Paul McCartney. .
Craig Robinson, arguably best known for his role as Darryl Philbin on "The Office,” is also a stand-up comedian and musician, performing all over the world with his band The Nasty Delicious. TND recently served as the house band for the American Comedy Awards and performed this Summer at the esteemed Bonnaroo music festival in Tennessee. As an actor, Robinson has starred in such films as THIS IS THE END, PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, and HOT TUB TIME MACHINE. This Christmas, he will star in the sequel, HOT TUB TIME MACHINE 2, and next Spring in his own sitcom for NBC, “Mr.
Tony Award nominee and four-time Emmy Award winner, Hank Azaria is a multifaceted performer in film, television and on the stage, as well as a respected director and comedian.
Azaria can currently be seen on Showtime’s critically acclaimed drama, Ray Donovan, opposite Liev Schreiber. On the show he plays James Cochran, who is the head of the FBI’s Los Angeles division.
Jasmin Savoy Brown was born in Alameda, California, and raised in Springfield, Oregon. For as long as she can remember, Jasmin has been performing in any capacity that she could - be it forcing strangers to watch her perform musical numbers at the local grocery store at three years old, or encouraging her mother to tape record her dancing around the living room. At age four, she had her first role in a church musical, and she remembers singing on stage as the first moment she felt like she belonged. The rest is history.
Since arriving in California from his native land of Sri Lanka (via Europe), Hussain Jiffry has become one of the most sought-after bassists in Los Angeles. His in-the-pocket feel and versatility has kept his phone ringing in the past fourteen years.
Dubbed “a serious talent to watch” by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, pianist and composer Sarah Gibson debuted with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in 2005 alongside Donald Runnicles. Sarah received a B.M. in piano and composition at Indiana University with high honors and a M.M. in composition at the University of Southern California where she was named Outstanding Graduate.
Senior Major Gifts Officer
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association is currently seeking a:
Senior Major Gifts Officer