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Thomas Mastroianni is known for his lectures, concerto appearances, and chamber music programs throughout the US, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, South America, and the Far East. He is chairman of the piano department at the Benjamin T. Rowe School of Music at the Catholic University of America, where he was also dean of music for nine years. Formerly he was chairman of Applied Music and a piano professor at Texas Tech University.

A native of Pittsburgh, Dr. Mastroianni earned B.S. and M.S. degrees from Juilliard, where he was a scholarship student of Beveridge Webster. He earned his doctorate in piano performance from Indiana Univeristy, where he studied with Bela Nagy and Sidney Foster. He is president of the American Liszt Society and a frequent adjudicator at piano competitions. Recently he has performed with the National Symphony Orchestra, offered master classes, lectures, and made recital appearances in Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, Rio di Janiero, and New York.



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