Trio of New York singers who’ve performed on PBS and studied with Placido Domingo belt out holiday classics
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Who the New York Tenors Are: Andy Cooney, dubbed “Irish America’s Favorite Son” by the New York Times; Christopher Macchio, who’s been featured on PBS; and Daniel Rodriguez, who made his Carnegie Hall debut at age 16, studied with Placido Domingo, and is known as “The Singing Policeman”
What They Do: treat fans to classic, contemporary, and holiday hits at sold-out concerts around the country
When the Tenors Aren’t Singing: comedian Jim Labriola, known for playing Benny on Home Improvement and for his recurring appearances at the Laugh Factory, will take the stage
Where It All Happens: at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, which is expansive enough for the Hibernian Festival Singers to provide backing vocals
Why They Do It: all proceeds from this concert will go to Fr. Francis Pizzarelli’s Hope House Ministries, dedicated to improving the lives of underserved young people