1. He’s a versatile performer.
Christopher Macchio is a classically trained tenor, schooled at the Manhattan School of Music, who has been wowing audiences with his renditions of popular operatic arias, as well as Broadway show tunes, Italian standards and songs from the Great American Songbook. Macchio has performed on NBC, PBS and at the Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. His personality and captivating stage presence make him a joy to see in person.
2. It can be an inexpensive — or super fancy — night out.
For just 25 bucks you can catch Macchio at Resorts’ Superstar Theater 8 p.m. Saturday, July 15. If you’ve ever seen Macchio live before, you know this is a bargain. If you want to kick your night up a notch, purchase a VIP ticket for $175. VIP tickets include preferred seating, a meet and greet with the tenor and a champagne-and-dessert reception following the performance.
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3. It’s for a great cause.
The Schultz-Hill Foundation is celebrating 15 years of providing arts programs for students and seniors, as well as arts scholarships. Its vision is this: “to foster appreciation and awareness ... to provide educational scholarships, direct grants and funding for arts and musical programs ... provide the opportunity to nurture a given talent, or simply broaden understanding of our world and social heritage.”