December 02, 2014

Presented by PNC Wealth Management

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Singing twin brothers, Will and Anthony Nunziata, will join Maestro José-Luis Novo and the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra for A Broadway Holiday pops concert on Friday, December 19, 2014 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.  The orchestra’s annual Holiday Pops program is a wonderful blend of Broadway show tunes and seasonal favorites.  The 8:00pm performance is presented by PNC Wealth Management.

Will and Anthony Nunziata won acclaim for their performances with the Cleveland Pops and Colorado Symphony Orchestra as well as their appearances on The Rachael Ray Show, Good Morning America and NBC’s Columbus Day Parade broadcast.  Noted for their soaring tenor voices, comedic flair and energetic stage presence, their holiday program celebrates the joys of life, music and family.

A Broadway Holiday is reminiscent of the classic Christmas Specials of Bing Crosby with a contemporary flair.  The brothers will be featured in Broadway favorites including “This Could Be The Start of Something Big,” “Once In A Lifetime,” and “What Kind of Fool Am I/Who Can I Turn To.”  They will also offer fresh takes on classic Christmas songs such as, “We Need A Little Christmas,” “O Holy Night,” and “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”

PNC Wealth Management is again serving as Presenting Sponsor of the ASO’s Holiday Pops.  “The presence of PNC Wealth Management in downtown Annapolis gives us the opportunity to be a part of the community and to support music and arts,” said Dan Winsky, Managing Director for the PNC Wealth Management Team in Annapolis.  PNC also sponsored the ASO’s free outdoor Pops In The Park concert this past Labor Day Weekend. 

Adult tickets for A Broadway Holiday are $42 and $50 with student tickets at $10.  Tickets for this concert can be purchased at, by calling 410-263-0907, or at ASO Box Office in room 204 at Maryland Hall in Annapolis, Monday through Friday, 9:30am – 5:30pm.

The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra features 70 professional musicians who perform a variety of symphonic music for audiences of all ages. Additionally, the non-profit organization provides educational programs through its partnerships with local schools, as well as various other community outreach efforts.

About José-Luis Novo

Since his appointment as Music Director and Conductor of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra in 2005, José-Luis Novo, holder of The Philip Richebourg Chair, has instilled a new and vibrant artistic vision.  Maestro Novo’s drive for artistic excellence along with his innovative thematic programming and collaborations with esteemed guest artists has resulted in unprecedented artistic growth, critical acclaim, and admiring audiences.

In addition to his post at the helm of the ASO, Maestro José-Luis Novo has served Music Director and Conductor of the Binghamton Philharmonic (New York) since 2003.  Prior to these appointments, he was Assistant Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra under the direction of both Music Director Emeritus Jesús López-Cobos and former Music Director Paavo Järvi and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra under the late Erich Kunzel. 

Since 1999 he has been on the conducting faculty at the Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he currently holds the position of Associate Conductor.  In addition, he has conducted many noteworthy college and youth orchestras including the Curtis Institute Orchestra, the University of Maryland Symphony, the Ithaca College Symphony and the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra.

About Will and Anthony Nunziata

Recording artists, actors and concert performers Will and Anthony Nunziata have packed houses and won acclaim for their performances throughout the country and around the world.  They have recently appeared as Guest Artists with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra and Brockton Symphony Orchestra and soon to be Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (with conductor Steven Reineke). On television, they have been recently featured on The Rachael Ray Show, Good Morning America and NBC’s Columbus Day Parade broadcast.

Will & Anthony also bring their Upright Citizen Brigade (UCB) improvisational comedy training in full-force to their concerts.  UCB is the training ground for comedians and many Saturday Night Live alumni.  Combined with their brotherly banter and comedic flair, this theatrical event soars, entertains and comes straight from the heart.

Their proudest accomplishment is their Educational Outreach Initiative and Master Class Programs.  The brothers visit students throughout the country providing education and inspiration in supporting the arts as a significant component of young people’s lives, and providing life lessons of building a strong work ethic, and never giving up in searching for what you want to do in life.

Will & Anthony reside in New York City.

To request an interview with Will and Anthony Nunziata and/or Maestro Novo, please contact Jeth Mill, ASO Executive Director.  For more information on the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, visit or call 410-263-0907.