Will Nunziata and Anthony Nunziata
(© David Gordon)
Will Nunziata and Anthony Nunziata
(© David Gordon)

Will and Anthony Nunziata celebrated the release of their first album, Make Someone Happy, with a concert and signing at the 86th Street Barnes and Noble Thursday, February 9.

The twins brothers, who have performed in New York at Feinstein's at Loews Regency and across the country, performed standards and showtunes including "Make Someone Happy," "Everybody Says Don't" and "Smile." They were joined by musical director Brad Gardner on piano and Michael Kuennen on bass. Singer/pianist Larry Woodard opened the show, accompanying himself on Stephen Sondheim's "Loving You."


Larry Woodard
(© David Gordon)
Larry Woodard
(© David Gordon)

Will and Anthony Nunziata celebrated the release of their first album, Make Someone Happy, with a concert and signing at the 86th Street Barnes and Noble Thursday, February 9.

The twins brothers, who have performed in New York at Feinstein's at Loews Regency and across the country, performed standards and showtunes including "Make Someone Happy," "Everybody Says Don't" and "Smile." They were joined by musical director Brad Gardner on piano and Michael Kuennen on bass. Singer/pianist Larry Woodard opened the show, accompanying himself on Stephen Sondheim's "Loving You."


Will Nunziata, Brad Gardner, and Anthony Nunziata
(© David Gordon)
Will Nunziata, Brad Gardner, and Anthony Nunziata
(© David Gordon)

Will and Anthony Nunziata celebrated the release of their first album, Make Someone Happy, with a concert and signing at the 86th Street Barnes and Noble Thursday, February 9.

The twins brothers, who have performed in New York at Feinstein's at Loews Regency and across the country, performed standards and showtunes including "Make Someone Happy," "Everybody Says Don't" and "Smile." They were joined by musical director Brad Gardner on piano and Michael Kuennen on bass. Singer/pianist Larry Woodard opened the show, accompanying himself on Stephen Sondheim's "Loving You."