Raw wit, emotional depth, and soaring classically-trained tenor voices only skims the surface when describing Will & Anthony’s critically-acclaimed two-man concert Oh, Brother!
This one-night-only event is a funny and heartwarming exploration of family, music and the unique relationship between twin brothers where DNA is the only thing identical about them. Enjoy Will & Anthony's captivating and memorable musical arrangements of popular songs from pop standards, classic rock, and showtunes to contemporary music, Motown and classical crossover.
Oh, Brother! is performed with a three-piece band led by their musical director and arranger Tedd Firth on piano. Will & Anthony will be making their Carnegie Hall debut on December 16 + 17, 2016 as the guest artists with the New York Pops. Artist website: www.WillandAnthony.com.
Symphony charts available. Concerts: Trio or full symphony.
Recording artists, actors and concert performers Will & Anthony Nunziata have packed houses and won acclaim for their performances throughout the country and around the world. Will & Anthony are the classically-trained twin brother tenors who have trained extensively in improvisational comedy with the famed Upright Citizen’s Brigade in New York City. Combining their magnificent tenor voices, brotherly banter and comedic flair, while offering fresh interpretations of timeless Broadway classics and American pop standards, they make "Broadway Our Way" a memorable experience. The show will feature some of the greatest songs ever written for the stage including The Impossible Dream, Just in Time, Being Alive, Somewhere, Lily’s Eyes, and their signature mash-ups of songs including Who Can I Turn To/What Kind of Fool Am I? and Some Enchanted Evening/This Nearly Was Mine.
Will & Anthony's 2016-2017 "Carnegie Hall Concert Tour" celebrates the brothers' Carnegie Hall debut as the guest artists with the New York Pops on December 16 + 17, 2016. For more information, visit www.WillandAnthony.com.
Symphony charts available. Concerts: Piano, trio or full symphony.