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| Thomas Mastroianni, (BS, MS Juilliard, MusD Indiana University) has performed and taught on four continents. He is President of the American Liszt Society, co-founder of the Amalfi Coast Music Festival, and is a 1992 recipient of the Medal of The Hungarian Liszt Society. He has served The Catholic University of America as Dean of Music (1972-81) and as piano faculty since 1972, has published numerous articles on Wellness Anxiety and Memory. His CDs contain Brahms (Opus 5 and Opus 116), Liszt (Annes de Pelerinage, (Italie) volumes 2 and 3)), and is preparing Debussy (Preludes (Book 2) and Suite Bergamasque).
Concerts include Carnegie (Weill) Hall, New York, Italy, Rio, National Gallery of Art, and Georgetown University (Liszt, Religion and Death, also presented in Liszt 2011 celebrations in Minnesota, Iowa and Virginia).