Acclaimed singers return to area

 

A pair of internationally acclaimed performers who have twice performed on the Whitehall High School stage are returning to the area for two performances at the Wood Theatre in Glens Falls.

Will and Anthony Nunziata will perform on Sunday and Monday, Aug. 19 and 20. Both performances will be held at 8 p.m.

The twin brothers, who have performed at locales around the country, have just finished their show at Feinstein’s at Lowes Regency on Park Avenue in New York City and will perform in Chicago, Michigan, North Carolina and West Virginia before arriving in Glens Falls.

The brothers have just released their debut album, “Make Someone Happy,” a collection of classic standards, Broadway tunes and contemporary songs. The performance is a newly produced show and will feature many new songs.

The Nunziatas will be familiar to many in Whitehall. They have twice performed in the community with proceeds benefiting the local food pantry.

Tickets for next month’s show can be purchased by calling the Wood Theatre box office at 874-0800, or by stopping at the theater in person. The cost is $32 per person.

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