Nunziata’s to perform in Glens Falls on Aug. 19

A pair of internationally acclaimed singers who have performed in Whitehall will appear on stage at the Wood Theater in Glens Falls.

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

Dubbed by the Wall Street Journal as being “blessed with strong voices and leading man looks” and by the New York Times as “displaying an engagingly brassy professionalism,” the brothers have been entertaining audiences with an arrangement of popular music, standards, show tunes and contemporary music.

They have played at a variety of venues, including Feinstein’s at Loews in New York City, the Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, Boston Symphony Hall, and with the Colorado, Cape Cod and Cleveland pops orchestras. They have appeared on Good Morning America, the Columbus Day Parade, and The Rachael Ray Show.

The brothers have also appeared on the stage of Whitehall High School on a few occasions, including a benefit concert for the Whitehall Food Pantry.

Their upcoming performance is part of a tour to promote their new album, “Make Someone Happy,” a collection of classic standards, Broadway tunes and contemporary songs. Copies of the album will be available for purchase after the show at the theater.

Tickets for the show cost $32 and can be purchased at the door, by calling 874-0800, or online at www.woodtheater.org.

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