Bio: THOMAS MILLIOTO DMA
Dr. Thomas Millioto has been awarded the “Cecile Insdorf Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2012” by the President of CUNY Hunter, where he teaches as an Adjunct Assistant Professor. He is the instructor for MU-P 401, 431 and 682 (individual classical guitar lessons) as w... See Full BioMore Info
The Two Moon Art House & Cafe has a real dedication to the arts and is housed in a beautiful space with a PA system, a Steinway Piano, hip artwork and artisanal beverages and baked goods. Everyone is welcome to this 11:30am recital and there will be no charge for attending or for playing.
Thomas Millioto DMA will be playing an original piece of music tonight, Friday April 18th, at a Composer’s Concert in Manhattan. The piece is written in a traditional Baroque style, but is composed specifically for a single unaccompanied electric guitar. Though the complete work will eventually contain five sections, he’ll be playing three sections from this work in progress tonight. Two of the three sections will have their first performance. This concert of the Brooklyn New Music Collective will contain works from many composers and will include several premieres. Glen Roven - new song cycle - Laura Strickling, soprano and Michael Brofman, piano Thomas Millioto premiering his suite for electric guitar Julia Wolfe - On Seven-Star-Shoes - WorldWinds quintet Ben Morss premiering his Marvin Gardens for piano Herschel Garfein – Two Stoppard Songs – Krista River, mezzo and Michael Brofman, piano Lowell Liebermann - etudes on songs of Robert Franz - Miori Sugiyama, piano Steven Gerber – Soliloquy - Jack Chan, solo bassoon Jen Baker and friends performing her new work for trombone ensemble Adam Tendler solo piano piece TBD
Thomas Millioto DMA will lecture on the Guitar Style of Jimi Hendrix as a part of the Five Towns College Lunch & Lecture Series. Topics will include: • Main Contributions • Influences, Technique, Musical Choices • Implications of Extended Amplification. Some familiarity with the music of Jimi Hendrix and with general music theory will be helpful. The lecture will be from Noon to 1:00 pm in the Downbeat Lounge of the Student Activities Building. After parking, go to the main bldg., pick up a guest pass from Admissions, then go to the Downbeat Café – located on the ground floor of the Student Activities Bldg (behind the main Bldg).
All are welcome to this recital given by students of Thomas Millioto. Doors open at 12:30 PM for a 1:00 pm recital.
Thomas Millioto will premiere a piece for electric guitar.