Lorna Luft Stars in Broadway Meets Hollywood with the Glendale Pops Orchestra
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The last date listed for Lorna Luft in Broadway Meets Hollywood with the Glendale Pops Orchestra was Thursday September 16, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from Mary E.
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Loved Lorna's performance. She is incedible and the band backing her really were amazing. She certainly knows how to grab and hold an audience's attention and her energy totally floored me. I wasn't too impressed with the other performers but I went to see Lorna and I was rewarded by a brilliant performance. Amazing!
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Great show - she is an energetic performer who pours her heart and soul into her performance and it shows! Very engaging with the audience as well. The musical selections by the New West Symphony (prior to and after Lorna's performanace were...continued
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The Glendale Renaissance Orchestra brings their third pops concert of the Season to the Alex Theatre with Broadway Meets Hollywood, starring special guests Lorna Luft, Broadway veterans Tobi Foster and Blake Ginther, and harmonica virtuoso Bernie Fields.
Luft will perform popular songs from Broadway musicals and Hollywood films, including Mame, A Star Is Born and Babes in Arms, as well as selections from her award-winning show, Songs My Mother Taught Me — a tribute to her mother, Judy Garland. Husband-and-wife duo Tobi Foster and Blake Ginther will sing hit songs from movies and musicals, including The Bird Cage, West Side Story, The Music Man, Oliver!, The Lion King, Jersey Boys and Mamma Mia!
Bernie Fields will lead a medley of Henry Mancini songs, including “Moon River” from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the title song from the film _Dear Heart _and “Le Jazz Hot” from Victor, Victoria.
Colin Freeman — Lorna Luft’s Music Director/Conductor
Steven Goldstein — Artistic Director/Conductor for the concert