|Country||United States of America|
|Categories||Aleatoric, Classical, Contemporary, Electronic, Sacred, Soundtrack/Film Music|
Tony Solitro (b. 1984, Worcester, MA) is a composer of both acoustic and electroacoustic music and has written for diverse ensembles and instrumentations. His catalogue includes compositions for large ensemble, numerous vocal works (opera, art song with piano and other mixed instrumental ensembles, choral), chamber music, fixed and interactive electronic works, and incidental music for theatrical productions. Tony holds degrees from the Longy School of Music (MM) where he was a recipient of the Nadia and Lily Boulanger Scholarship, and the Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford (BM). His principal composition teachers include James Primosch, Jay Reise, Anna Weesner, Paul Brust, Robert Carl and Larry Alan Smith. Tony also studied as a composition fellow at the Brevard Music Center with Kevin Puts, as a visiting student at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music with David Dzubay, and at the Uzmah International Summer Music School in Croatia with Joel Hoffman. Tony is currently a Benjamin Franklin PhD Fellow at The University of Pennsylvania, and is also a visiting scholar at the Computer Music Center at Columbia University.