Acclaimed singer-songwriters and Carnegie Hall headliners Will & Anthony Nunziata bring their soaring tenor voices and soulful harmonies to the timeless songs of then and now. From Rodgers & Hammerstein and Billy Joel to Sinatra and Adele, The New Classics is an unforgettable evening of music and laughs where everything sounds new and always feels familiar, with hits like “Unchained Melody”, “New York State of Mind”, Adele’s “Someone Like You”, “The Prayer” as well brand-new soulful original tunes.
Singers, songwriters, recording artists and advocates of arts in education, Will & Anthony Nunziata are the Brooklyn-born, classically trained singing and comedy brother duo hailed by The Huffington Post as “a nearly impossible pairing of talent, stage presence and charisma.” Will & Anthony recently headlined Carnegie Hall for two sold-out concerts with the New York Pops Symphony Orchestra. The brothers have brought their distinct take on classic & contemporary songs to performing arts centers and theaters, as well as symphony concerts with orchestras such as the New York Pops, Detroit Symphony, Cleveland Pops, Colorado Symphony, Lancaster Symphony, Annapolis Symphony, Cape Cod Symphony, Toledo Symphony, and Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. The brothers studied music, acting and directing at Boston College, and trained in improv comedy at the famed Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. Featured on Good Morning America and The Rachael Ray Show, Will & Anthony are most proud of their “ARTS MATTER!” Educational Outreach Initiative and Master Class Workshops that educate and inspire students to fearlessly pursue their passions. The brothers are currently working on a brand new album featuring fresh takes on songs from the Great American Songbook to today’s contemporary hit makers as well as their original soulful pop compositions. Follow online @willandanthony and visit www.WillandAnthony.com.
Will & Anthony are a nearly impossible pairing of talent, stage presence and charisma.
The Huffington Post
Blessed with strong voices and leading man looks.
The Wall Street Journal