Anthony Nunziata in Amore: The Great American & Italian Love Songs
About Anthony Nunziata in Amore: The Great American & Italian Love Songs
Internationally-acclaimed singer, songwriter, entertainer and Carnegie Hall Headliner Anthony Nunziata returns to Arlington Heights with his soulful and lyrical tenor voice, singing the greatest love songs ever written. Anthony re-imagines “Unchained Melody,” “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” “The Very Thought Of You,” “The Prayer,” “O Sole Mio,” “Santa Lucia,” “Somewhere,” and Holiday classics including “O Holy Night” and the brand new original Christmas song “The Greatest Wish,” which is climbing the Billboard Charts and a song he co-wrote with hitmakers Jim Brickman and Victoria Shaw.
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Joining Anthony is the acclaimed pianist Matt Moisey and students from Metropolis School of Performing Arts' Holiday Cabaret for a must-see and truly unforgettable evening. Anthony’s original song “The Gift Is You” – written in tribute to his mother who is a breast cancer survivor – has been chosen to be the anthem for The Susan G. Komen Foundation and will also be featured in the concert. Anthony has recently sold-out concerts at Carnegie Hall with The New York Pops and Lincoln Center. You can also catch Anthony in the new Netflix comedy “The Last Laugh” starring Richard Dreyfuss and Chevy Chase.