Will and Anthony Nunziata: Singing Brothers at the Rrazz Room
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The last date listed for Will and Anthony Nunziata was Sunday October 2, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Dubbed “a dynamic duo with beautiful voices and charming personalities” by Cleveland Pops conductor Carl Topilow, Will Nunziata & Anthony Nunziata have traveled the world with their acclaimed duo concert act. The Nunziatas’ charm and energetic stage presence combined with their tenor singing voices create a powerful and touching show for audiences of all ages.
The brother’s vocal versatility and stage presence have caught the eye of theaters, performing arts centers and symphony orchestras around the globe, performing Broadway tunes, the American Songbook, songs from the Italian Songbook, and contemporary music. Their show introduces timeless music to new audiences and long-time listeners alike.
Recent television appearances include ABC’s Good Morning America, NBC’s Columbus Day Parade_, and The Rachael Ray Show._ Will & Anthony have headlined as Guest Artists with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, Colorado Pops Orchestra, Brockton Symphony, and Cape Cod Pops Orchestra to an outdoor audience of more than 20,000. The brothers have also made multiple engagements at New York City’s Feinstein’s at Loews Regency to packed houses. The brothers recently performed at Avery Fisher Hall in the chorus finale as part of PBS’s Sondheim: The Birthday Concert celebrating the 80thb irthday of Stephen Sondheim.
Their passions extend to honors as All-NY State cross country runners and tennis players and being two-time Junior National platform tennis doubles champions. Will & Anthony were born in Staten Island and raised in Brooklyn and Pelham, NY. They currently reside in New York City.