Anthony Ianniello and Ianniello Anderson, PC
Anthony Ianniello is an accomplished New York lawyer who primarily focuses on real estate law. He holds a bachelor of arts in economics from Union College in Schenectady, New York; a master of science in accounting and a master of business administration from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts; and a juris doctor from Albany Law School in Albany, New York. Since founding Ianniello Anderson, PC, in 1971, Anthony Ianniello has served the Clifton Park, New York, law firm as a partner and president.
Under Anthony Ianniello’s direction, Ianniello Anderson, PC, serves more than 30 lending institutions throughout the Hudson Valley, the Mohawk Valley, and the greater upstate New York region. The firm has represented clients before nearly every land use, planning, and zoning board in the capital district. It recently received official certification of full compliance with all seven Best Practices pillars as detailed by the American Land Title Association.
2016 New York City Ballet Winter Program
Anthony Ianniello, president of Ianniello Anderson, PC, is a strong supporter of the arts. Anthony Ianniello currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and frequently attends the New York City Ballet.
The New York City Ballet (NYCB) will launch a number of new productions in January with the start of the company’s Winter 2016 program. The season begins on January 19th with a director’s choice, to be accompanied by an overture from the NYCB orchestra. Options for director’s choice include the ballets Fancy Free, Barber Violin Concerto, and Who Cares? The first performance of Masters at Work, Glass Pieces, meanwhile, will be held on January 20th with additional performances on January 22nd, 27th, and 29th.
The NYCB has also planned a number of all Balanchine performances for the winter season along with new combination evenings, including a new Walton and Thatcher combination and a new Ravel and Binet. The 2016 winter season is set to conclude on February 28th. The final week will see additional performances featuring This Bitter Earth and The Infernal Machine, among others.