Marc Anthony has received the highest honor from the Hasty Pudding Institute Of 1770.
The 50-year-old musician stepped out for the Order Of The Golden Sphinx Gala on Monday night at The Pierre, A Taj Hotel in New York City.
During the event, Marc was presented with the Order of the Golden Sphinx, which recognizes individuals in the entertainment industry for their extraordinary contributions to the performing arts.
The recipient represents the Institute’s mission to support and foster the performing arts within its membership at Harvard and the community at large.
“I am honored to receive the Order of the Golden Sphinx Award this year. Growing up in New York City, I benefited from performing arts programs in our community. The cultivation of new talent around the world is the future of generations everywhere,” Marc said in a statement.
Some of the notables who were spotted at the NYC shindig to support Anthony were Andrew Farkas, chairman of The Hasty Pudding Institute; Ramona Singer and Dorinda Medley, stars of The Real Housewives of New York; Jennifer Aydin of Real Housewives of New Jersey; celebrated talk show host Dr. Mehmet Oz; businessman Michael Lynton, who currently serves as the chairman of Snap Inc.; musician-turned-exec Charles Koppelman, who sits at the helm of CAK Entertainment; Brian Monaco and Danny Strick of Sony/ATV Music Publishing; Jeffrey Dunn, president and CEO of Sesame Workshop; and actress Bianca Van Damme, the daughter of action star Jean-Claude Van Damme.