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Legendary songwriter and producer Van Dyke Parks has said:
“Bob’s ecumenical approach to music – his understanding of popular idioms, how they are developed and exploited – and his fundamental discipline in literary musical works give him an informed enthusiasm in the focus of songwriting. Bob Porembski… is contributing to our American musical heritage”.
Universal Music songwriter/recording artist, TV composer, performer, music producer and music educator, Bob has taught music business, independent record production and music publishing for over fifteen years at Mercy College, New York University and Queensborough College,.
His song, “Feelin’ More Like Christmas” is an international seasonal TV hit, performed worldwide, that has been featured on the CBS daytime drama, “The Young and the Restless”, USA Networks’ “Twelve Days of Christmas”, BRAVO and the TRIO Network.
Bob has written music for Special Olympics (official theme song, “Take A Hand, Make A Friend”), HBO, Rocher Candy, The Oxygen Network (his song, “Good Morning, I Love You” was featured on the cutting edge comedy, “Good Girls Don’t”). He has written music for the SPIKE TV mini-series “Invasion Iowa” and his “Jungle Friends”, was featured on The Learning Channel’s award-winning documentary, “The Face of Yulce”.
Because Bob believes strongly in the healing power of music, he performs regularly with his group, “City Rhythm”, (under the auspices of Hospital Audiences, Inc.), bringing rock and roll music to those who would otherwise not be able to experience it.
As the supervising faculty member of the internship program at Mercy College he regularly acts as mentor to students aspiring to be in the music business.
His current “World Tour” included performances at the famed Cavern Club (birthplace of The Beatles) in Liverpool, England and The Hard Rock Cafe in Boston.
Bob has a Master’s degree in Music Technology from New York University.