Presentation of Scenes From “Song of the Land” by Tomaselli will be the Featured Program at The HARC Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Celebration Red Carpet Opening Event, A Concert Performance & Gala Reception Honoring 25 years of HARC’s Award-Winning Creative Artists. The Concert will be performed by a Piano Quintet featuring Lorand Lokuszta, Violin; Hana Kim, Violin; Yi Zhou, Viola; Xiao-Dan Zheng, Cello; Alan Steinberger, Piano; with Special Appearance by Monique Donnelly, Soprano. It will be followed by a Gala Reception to celebrate The HARC Foundation’s 25th Anniversary, the presentation of Composer Stefano Tomaselli and his Award-Winning Music and the release of his new recording.
Admission to the Concert is Free – Open to the General Public. The Gala Reception is open to RSVP Invited Guests only. For information about attending the Gala Reception, please email email@example.com.
Stefano Tomaselli is an Italian composer based in Los Angeles. He started his music career at the age of nine, when he began studying Piano with Professor Antonio Ranalli, student of Ferruccio Busoni. His journey as a student culminated with a Master’s Degree in Composition under the guidance of Maestro Alessandro Cusatelli. He also studied Organ with Professor Biondi, Violin with Professor Alessandra Albo and Drums and Percussion with Professor Messina.
Since he relocated to the US with the assistance of Academy Award-Winning Composer Bill Conti, he has been collaborating on several projects with world-renowned Tenor Plácido Domingo. His collaboration with the Maestro brought him to the attention of the Butler Opera Center in Austin (Texas) who commissioned him to compose an Opera.
Tomaselli also writes music for the silver screen. He scored “Boy in the Void”, directed by Miroslav Macala (2012); “L’Homme Sans Musique”, directed by Stefano Arduino (2013); “Amalia”, directed by Biagio Fersini (“Best Original Score” at the “Sonora Soundtrack Film Festival”, 2014); “Road To Juarez”, directed by David De Leon (2015); and, he is currently scoring “Lyudmila”, directed by Biagio Fersini.
In addition to creating music, Stefano is also an avid formula race car driver. He has participated in race events across Europe. For more information about Stefano, see www.stefanotomaselli.com.
The HARC Foundation (Help Artists & Rehabilitate Children) is a California non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed in 1990 with the dual purpose to discover, encourage, support, promote and present emerging – mid-career creative artists from all art disciplines and to use the creative arts as a therapeutic science in the rehabilitation of abused and neglected children. HARC is publicly supported, funded by individuals, corporate donations and family foundation grants. Through The HARC Awards, HARC holds national Creative Arts competitions in Fine Arts, Visual Arts, Music, Dance and Literature and grants cash awards and publicity and presentation opportunities to the winning creative artists. Through The CAT Awards, HARC grants Creative Arts Therapy cash awards to creative artists who wish to become licensed Music, Dance or Clinical Art Therapists and commit to working with abused and neglected children upon receipt of license.
The HARC Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Celebration Red Carpet Event is being sponsored in part by Spot Welders, Venice, CA; Harold Davidson & Associates, Inc., Investment Counselors, Los Angeles, CA; Protégé Media Group, Los Angeles, CA; Pathway Graphics, Santa Monica, CA; WineWorldTours.com, Marina del Rey & Calistoga, CA; K-Mozart 1260AM Classical Music, Los Angeles, CA; Buena Vista Winery, Sonoma, CA; Nadine Davidson /TravelStore, Los Angeles, CA; Superfast Printing & Binding, Santa Monica, CA; Kathy Jo, Santa Monica, CA; NancySteinman.net, Los Angeles, CA; and several other individual and corporate sponsors.
For further information about HARC, please visit http://www.harcfoundation.org.
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