Nunziata Brothers to perform

T he Nunziata brothers are coming back.

Will and Anthony Nunziata will perform inWhitehallfor the third time at7 p.m.on Saturday, Nov. 12.

“They really likeWhitehalland we’re so excited to have them,” Cheryl Putorti said. “They’ve been getting more recognition and have been getting busier so it’s nice they take the time to come toWhitehall.”

The duo, who have performed inWhitehallon two previous occasions, sing fresh arrangements of Broadway, classic standards and Italian music. They have performed at venues throughout the country including Feinstein’s, the Rrazz Room inSan Francisco, Avery Fisher Hall, and were the lead performers at The Columbus Day Parade inNew York Citythis past weekend.  

“They appeal to all ages,” Putorti said.

Tickets for the show are $12 and are available at Putorti’s store onMain StreetinWhitehall.

Any proceeds from the performance will benefit the Whitehall Community Food Pantry and theWhitehallCentralSchool Districtmusic program.

To learn more about Will and Anthony, visit www.willandathony.com.

 

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