will & anthony

Twin brother tenors Will & Anthony Nunziata will bring their Carnegie Hall sold-out concert (spiced up with some classic Italian-American songs) to the Westchester Broadway Theater on Columbus Day evening October 8. Special guest comedienne Regina DeCicco (of the supermarket DeCicco & Sons) will open up the show.

Titled "From Broadway to Italy," the show will be a celebration of “family, friends, and fun” as the brothers perform fresh takes on some of the greatest songs ever written, and the greatest songs ever performed by famed Italian-American singers like Frank Sinatra, Frankie Valli, Dean Martin & Tony Bennett.

The renowned singers/songwriters, who grew up in Pelham, are the classically trained singing and comedy brother duo hailed by The Huffington Post as “a nearly impossible pairing of talent, stage presence, and charisma.” They recently headlined Carnegie Hall for two sold-out concerts with the New York Pops Symphony Orchestra.

But the celebration really starts the Friday before on October 5 as Will & Anthony will come into town to once again present their original Educational Outreach Master Class Workshop to the students of their alma mater Pelham Memorial High School. As Anthony says, “An important part of our career is to give back, especially to young people. Our educational outreach program allows us to go into schools around the country - and world - and conduct master classes and workshops with students. We look forward to once again treating the students of our alma mater PMHS to another fun workshop!”

Tickets to the concert are going fast, so call for reservations today at the Westchester Broadway Theatre’s Box Office: 914-592-2222 or visit www.broadwaytheatre.com

Monday, October 8 @ 8pm • Tickets: $55; Dinner & Show: $89 (Dinner @ 6:15pm)

To stay up-to-date with the brothers’ tour schedule, visit www.WillandAnthony.com and to learn more about Regina DeCicco, visit reginadecicco.com

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