With expertise in real estate law, attorney Anthony Ianniello leads a private practice of 20 lawyers in Clifton Park, New York, as its president. Away from work, Anthony Ianniello supports community organizations such as the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, for which he serves on the board.
Based in upstate New York, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) hosts a variety of musical talent. Over the years, that has included The Eagles, Ray Charles, and James Taylor, an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist who has made 19 appearances at the venue.
On August 29, 2015, the SPAC welcomes Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire. A Grammy Award-winning band, Chicago is one of the longest-running pop and rock and roll groups in history. The group formed in 1967 and has since recorded 21 Top 10 singles. Twenty-five of their albums are certified platinum, with “The Chicago Transit Authority,” their first album, receiving induction into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2014.
Earth, Wind & Fire was founded by Maurice White in the 1970s and produces songs that combine jazz, R&B, and pop. “I Think About Lovin’ You” was the group’s first Top 40 R&B hit. Soon after, Earth, Wind & Fire achieved its first gold and platinum albums. Today, the group holds numerous Grammy Awards for songs like “Shining Star” and “Boogie Wonderland.”