Emmy-nominated lyrical tenor lets his voice soar through timeless holiday favorites such as “Ave Maria” and selections from “Messiah”
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O Holy Night: An Evening of Holiday Song
Emmy nominations may not be common for opera singers, unless your name is Marco Panuccio. The lyric tenor, who has performed with the London Symphony Orchestra, the Beijing Symphony, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, and other similarly esteemed musical organizations, puts all those high notes to good use in O Holy Night—the very concert that won him his prestigious award. Expect timeless pieces such as Donizetti’s “Ave Maria” and selections from Handel’s Messiah, as well as yuletide songs from a more modern era, including “I’ll Be Home for Christmas (To Help You Fight the Cyborgs)”.