Famed tenor Anthony Nunziata welcomes holidays with vibrant Christmas Concert at Arts Garage Dec. 22

Everybody knows, of course, that Santa Claus is coming to town. 

But before the chubby, benevolent bearded guy embarks on his worldwide toy distribution journey on Christmas Eve, renowned Italian-American tenor Anthony Nunziata will visit South Florida to deliver his own holiday “present” — an “Italian Christmas Concert” at the Arts Garage in downtown Delray Beach.

The performance is scheduled Friday, Dec. 22 from 8 to 10 p.m. Joining the famed singer known for his powerful voice and varied repertoire will be another popular vocalist whose celebrity status and musical capabilities are known from here to Broadway – Avery Sommers. 

Arts Garage is located at 94 NE 2nd Ave. in Delray Beach. The concert will be presented cabaret-style. Tickets range in price from $45 to 50 and are available by calling 561-450-6350 or logging on to info@artsgarage.org.

Dubbed “the next great pop crossover star,” and “America’s new romantic singing sensation,” Nunziata will serenade the audience with his soaring tenor voice, offering up timeless songs from the Italian, Broadway, jazz and holiday repertoires. 

The musical bill of fare includes soul-stirring renditions of “The Christmas Song,” “O Holy Night,” “O Sole Mio,” “Somewhere,” “Funniculi, Funnicula,” and “The Gift Is You,” along with original songs from his award-winning “Together for Christmas” holiday album, which just won Broadway World’s “Best Holiday Album of the Year.”

Anthony Nunziata will present an “Italian Christmas Concert” at the Arts Garage in downtown Delray Beach Dec. 22.

Nunziata is a Brooklyn-born, Nashville-based singer and songwriter who brings his soulful voice to classic jazz, pop standards, classical-crossover and his timeless original music. His performance style has been compared to those of Michael Bublé, Andrea Bocelli and Michael Bolton.

“I’m in the business of making people feel good, making people happy,” said Nunziata. “I’m grateful I get to tell stories for a living through lyrics and music. To make people laugh, cry, feel something — there’s nothing like it.”

He has presented more than 400 concerts over the past decade, headlining at major performing arts centers, theaters, symphony concert halls, jazz clubs and private events across the country and around the world. 

Nunziata recently co-headlined Carnegie Hall for two sold-out concerts with the New York Pops Symphony Orchestra. He also recently appeared in the Netflix film “The Last Laugh” opposite Chevy Chase and Richard Dreyfuss.

Anthony’s recent original songs include co-written collaborations with Rudy Perez, Blessing Offor, Tigirlily, Victoria Shaw, Jim Brickman, Jackie Evancho, Jeff Franzel, Tom Kimmel, Maria Christensen, Nina Ossoff and Porter Carroll Jr., Kathy Sommer, Jasmine Power and Dan Godlin.

His songs were recently featured on MTV, Comedy Central, CBS News, NBC News and Good Day NY. His original pop song “The Gift Is You” – which he wrote to honor his mother’s battle with breast cancer (she is now cancer-free) – is currently being used as an anthem for The Susan G. Komen Foundation.

His debut jazz/pop release, “The Love Album,” is now available on all streaming services and autographed CD’s are available for purchase at www.anthonynunziata.com

He and his Grammy-winning team of musicians re-imagine “Unchained Melody,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You,” “When I Fall in Love” and “Somewhere.” Originals including “Will You Be My Everyday?” and others are also featured.

Anthony studied music, acting and directing at Boston College and trained in improv comedy at the famed Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. Featured on Good Morning America and The Rachael Ray Show, he said he is most proud of his “Arts Matter!” Educational Outreach Initiative and Master Class Workshops that educate and inspire students to fearlessly pursue their passions.

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