Classical music and movies
I am a composer of contemporary chamber music, and radio announcer on WCNY-FM, Central New York's classical music station. I also perform with Samba Laranja, and the Central New York Flute Choir.
Composer of classical, jazz, film and video game music. Recordings available on ERM Media, Navona Records, Ansonica Records and Phoenix Classics. I may be available to help where needed in the New York/New Jersey area.
Composer of serious music (pardon the term), oboist, educator (Columbia College, Merit School of Music, Vermont MIDI)
Philadelphia composer/pianist studied composition with Romeo Cascarino. He studied voice with Dolores Ferraro and piano with Morton Berger, Temple Painter, Tom Lawton and jazz improvisation with Al Stauffer. Mr.Nocella received his Master of Music degree at Temple University where he studied composition with Robert Morgan, Clifford Taylor, Maurice Wright and Mathew Greenbaum. He attended master classes and lectures with Ned Rorem, David DelTredici, Robert Moog, Charles Dodge and John Lewis of the Modern Jazz Quartet. His music has been performed by the Concerto Soloists (now The Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra), The National Association of Composers USA, Temple University Composer Series, The Penn Alliance for American Music, Composer Services Inc. and the Crissey Concerts for Philadelphia Composers at the Settlement School.
Composer / Arranger (Classical / Latin Music)
Freelance composer whose music has been performed around the world. One of a very few composers who has music skills to compose in classical acoustic and electro-acoustic music, and those combined genres Adelberg Rudow's music often expresses emotion, life experiences, and hopes and dreams.
Hainu Tan's musical style emanating from the interstices of eastern and western cultures that creates an irresistible and engrossing global conversation. Critically acclaimed for a “descriptive and highly innovative” musical voice by the Portland Press Herald, Tan’s musical canon includes the artful and imaginative melding of xylophone, vibraphone, marimba, and cymbals in her acclaimed “Hunting Fireflies”; flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano in the entrancing “Sound of Wind”; trumpet and trombone in the inspirational “Ballade pour L'Agneau”; orchestral work in the monumental and spectacular “Rhapsody in Red” from her extensive list of compositions, which may well soon be lauded as contemporary classics. Her works included herein merits not just listeners’ attention but their immersion into Tan’s unique musical milieu, for an experience praised by The American Prize as “virtuosic.” She studied under professor Samuel Adler of The Juilliard School of Music at the Freie Universität Berlin, earned a Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
Composer of orchestral & chamber music