Introducing Kevin Earley


We are ecstatic to announce Kevin Earley’s first Solo Concert with Cal Phil Orchestra!

Mr. Kevin Earley has been singing with the California Philharmonic under the baton of Maestro Victor Vener for 7 years now.

Kevin has performed on Broadway in Les Miserables, Tale of Two Cities and Thoroughly Modern Millie. He performed the title role in Death Takes a Holiday on Off Broadway. Mr. Earley has appeared on renowned stages and in acclaimed concert venues across the country. His performances at the famed Hollywood Bowl included repertoire from The Music Man, Camelot, and My Fair Lady (playing the role of "Freddie"). He has also performed in concert at such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall, Washington DC’s Kennedy Center (honoring the great Marvin Hamlisch), the New York City Ballet, New York’s Town Hall, the Big Apple's legendary jazz club Birdland and Los Angeles’ acclaimed Disney Hall. His symphonic appearances as a singer include engagements with The Pasadena Pops (with Michael Feinstein), the Santa Barbara Symphony and the California Philharmonic at The Arboretum.

Don't miss Kevin this summer in "Made in America" on June 24th as he dazzles the audience with selections from Sinatra’s greatest hits. Tickets on sale now!