Christopher Macchio

ATLANTIC CITY — International singing star Christopher Macchio will make a return appearance to Atlantic City, in the show ‘A Man and His Music,’ at 8 p.m. at July 15 in the Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel.

ATLANTIC CITY — International singing star Christopher Macchio will make a return appearance to Atlantic City, in the show ‘A Man and His Music,’ at 8 p.m. at July 15 in the Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel.

Proceeds will benefit the Schultz-Hill Foundation, whose mission is to provide music and arts education programs for students and seniors in Atlantic City.

A tenor, Macchio received his classical training at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Combining his powerful golden-era sound with an emotive stage presence, Macchio performs everything from Pop and Broadway to Italian classical standards. He will be joined by special guest singer, Jackie DiMaggio, and a 12-piece orchestra. Mr. Macchio has performed on NBC and PBS and at the Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall to great acclaim. His previous Atlantic City appearances have been at Resorts Casino and the Golden Nugget.

Schultz-Hill Foundation organizes one benefit performance annually to support their year-long arts outreach programs. Resorts Casino Hotel is a presenting sponsor for the event. Other event sponsorships are available, starting at $500.

Honorary Chairs of the event’s “Celebrity Committee” are Resorts President Mark Giannantonio and Mrs. Susan Giannantonio.

Limited $175-per-person VIP tickets include preferred seating and a tax-deductible post-show “meet and greet” champagne/dessert party, and may be purchased online at www.schultz-hill.org.

General admission seating tickets are $25 and available through Ticketmaster or at the Resorts box office.

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