A composer, lyricist and music producer, Tom has created
music for theatre, television,
corporate communications, theme parks and commercials. His
more than 100 corporate shows
include 22 for IBM as well as those for AT&T,
Chrysler, Astra USA and 5 international
convention shows for State Farm Insurance.
Tom recently wrote
theme songs for Siemens LifeWorks product
launch and for Gillette’s new Oral-B
“Stages” toothbrushes for kids. Since 1999, he has
written and produced five awards entertainment shows for
Johnson & Johnson and the theme song for the Unisys
Eagle Awards. He wrote Coca Cola’s theme song
for the annual bottler meeting -- as well as projects for
EMC, Informix and MetLife.
He scored six videos for the Merrill-Lynch annual
meeting, and wrote music and lyrics for AT&T's pavilion
at Walt Disney's EPCOT Center which played 144 times a
day for 10 years.
Tom also scripted and
was associate producer for "A Night On Broadway" and
"60 Years Of The Silver Screen", two revues developed for
Astra USA and customized for other corporate entertainment
awards events, including Stanley Dean Witter, AT&T, Johnson &
Johnson, Siemens Corp and the Securities Industry
Association. In 2003 he produced a special edition of “A
Night on Broadway” for a worldwide meeting of 1000 J&J
managers; “The Divas & The Tenors” starred Ronan Tynan,
Faith Prince and other Broadway award-winning stars –
accompanied by a 13 piece on-stage orchestra. He is now
developing a special concert version of Les Miz
for a Hormel Foods special event in Miami – starring
leads from the Broadway production.
music for the theatre has been heard
in the musical ELEANOR - An American Love Story at
Ford’s Theatre in Washington, as well as theatres in Los
Angeles, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Seattle. A CD of ELEANOR
is available on the ValKill label, at various music retailers
such as Tower Records, or at
And ELEANOR is now available for stage
production through the famed Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization
in New York.
several songs for Pets! Off-Broadway in New York,
and the score for the critically acclaimed NARNIA
based on C.S. Lewis' "The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe",
which played in London and New York. His "Narnia Suite"
for 4 singers and symphony orchestra premiered in 1997 at
Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall in New York. Other musicals
are The Dream Team for Connecticut's Goodspeed
Opera House, and Jungle Queen Debutante, which
played in Seattle and in New York's "Broadway Dozen" series.
For television, he composed scores for two episodes of NBC's
Emmy Award-winning series "Unicorn Tales", and the
theme music for "We Remember Eleanor" narrated by
Margaret Truman Daniels. Tom has performed his own music at
Lincoln Center in New York, and at the White House in
Washington. His plays are published by Dramatic Publishing, and
he is listed in "Who's Who In Entertainment". Tom
has won numerous ASCAP awards, is a member of the Dramatists
Guild and the NY Television Academy, for which he has served on
the Board of Governors.