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Featured Recordings of Selected Works

1. The Song of the New Life

A Concert March, composed by Robert Tomaro for symphonic wind ensemble, based on a melody by Henry Mindlin, commissioned by The Consortium of the Arts, Walnut Creek, California. Recording conducted by Robert Tomaro with the Symphonic Concert Band of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2006.

Song of the New LifeDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 04:32

2. The Bridge of Souls, Part I

“The Bridge Descends from Heaven and Appears Over the River”. Composed by Robert Tomaro. Recording conducted by Robert Tomaro with the London Symphony Orchestra at EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, 1996 for the CD:  “Robert Tomaro Conducts”, MMC Records (MMC 2085).

Bridge Of Souls - Part I - The BridgeDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 06:27

3. The Dream Palace

A ballet score by Robert Tomaro, commissioned by The Consortium of the Arts, Walnut Creek, California, conducted in concert by Robert Tomaro with the Beloit Janesville Symphony, Wisconsin.  

The Dream Palace - by Robert TomaroDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 13:00

4. The Bridge of Souls, Part II

“Music Emanates from the Bridge.” Composed by Robert Tomaro, commissioned by Dr. Madeleine Schatz and the Fairbanks Symphony, Alaska. Recording conducted by Robert Tomaro with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Olomouc, Czech Republic, 1998 for the CD: “Robert Tomaro Conducts”, MMC Records (MMC 2085).

Bridge Of Souls - Part IIDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 14:53

5. Concerto for Electric Guitar and Orchestra

Composed by Robert Tomaro with Randall Craig Fleischer. Commissioned by Randall Craig Fleischer. Recorded in concert with the Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra, Robert Tomaro, guitar solo, conducted by Antonia Joy Wilson.

Electric Guitar ConcertoDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 11:32

Other performances of The Concerto for Electric Guitar and Orchestra:

 

  • 1997 – Premiere performance with the combined orchestras of Catholic University and Howard University, Washington, D. C., Robert Tomaro, guitar solo. Conducted by Randall Craig Fleischer.

 

  • 2012 – With the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra, Dubuque, Iowa. Robert Tomaro, guitar solo. Conducted by William Intrilligator.

 

Celestial Navigation – Composed by Robert Tomaro. Recording conducted by Robert Tomaro with the Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra, Katovice, Poland for the CD:  MMC New Century, Volume VI. (MMC 2028).

 

6. Celestial Navigation - Mvt. I –Andante con moto

Celestial Navigation - IDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 04:47

7. Celestial Navigation Mvt. II- Allegro vivace

 

Celestial Navigation – Recording conducted by Robert Tomaro with the Black Sea Philharmonic Orchestra, Constanta, Romania.  Capstone Records (“Black Sea Idyll” CPS 8648)

Celestial Navigation - IIDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 05:59

Aaron Copland- Symphony No. 3- Recording conducted by Robert Tomaro with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Olomouc, Czech Republic for the CD: “Robert Tomaro Conducts”. MMC Records (MMC 2085).

 

8. Mvt. I – Molto moderato

Copland- Symphony No. 3 - IDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 09:29

9. Mvt. II – Allegro molto

Copland- Symphony No. 3 - IIDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 08:51

10. Mvt. III – Andantino quasi allegretto

Copland- Symphony No. 3 - IIIDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 09:49

11. Mvt. IV – Molto deliberato

Copland- Symphony No. 3 - IVDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 14:06

12. In Spirit by Robert Tomaro, for Jazz Quartet.

Composed by Robert Tomaro, guitar by Robert Tomaro, with the Rob Tomaro Quartet, Chicago, Illinois

In SpiritDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 04:48

13. Miraculous Transformation

A duet composed by Robert Tomaro for violin and guitar. Susan Aquila, violin, Robert Tomaro, guitar, recorded in Beloit Wisconsin, 2016.

Miraculous TransformationDr. Robert Tomaro
00:00 / 03:19

“These Things We Hold Dear”, a patriotic work for narrator and Symphony Orchestra,

composed and conducted by Robert Tomaro. Premiere performances with the Beloit

Janesville Symphony Orchestra, July 3 and 4, 2011. Commissioned by the Beloit

Janesville Symphony Orchestra.

“The Call” for tenor, rock band and symphony orchestra, composed and conducted by

Robert Tomaro. Premiere performance with the Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra,

2008.