Singer-actress Shirley Jones, composer Paul Williams and Roy Disney will all be honored by the La Mirada Symphony Association at its first annual Golden Clef Awards Gala. The celebration shines a spotlight on individuals and organizations who’ve made a significant and lasting impact on concert music and the musical arts.
Jones starred in family-friendly musical films The Music Man and Oklahoma!, won an Oscar for her more risqué role in Elmer Gantry and played the loving matriarch in hit ’70s series The Partridge Family. Williams penned lyrics for everyone from David Bowie to the Carpenters to Barbra Streisand to Kermit the Frog, earning an Oscar and a Grammy along the way. The Golden Clef Awards also honors Roy Disney with a special guest appearance by animator Dave Bossert and a screening of Walt Disney and Salvador Dali’s animated short Destino. Set inside the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, the evening starts with a silent auction, followed by a celebration of the honorees, including a musical tribute by Broadway performers.
Don’t miss this fun evening of music and memories with, Shirley Jones, one of Hollywood’s most endearing stars. $100 VIP tickets include attending catered reception, pictures with the honorees, and a swag bag of valuable gifts. General reserved seats are $60.
Tickets are available through the La Mirada Theatre Box Office at Golden Clef Awards Gala or call 562-944-9801.
All proceeds benefit the La Mirada Symphony free admission concerts and educational programs.