The compilation CD MOTO PERPETUO featuring Ascioti’s Adirondack Meditation has been released and is now available from Parma Recordings and on Amazon, iTunes and Spotify.
Click here for more information from Parma Recordings.
Wednesday, February 6: Click here to read the Troy Record interview with Mr. Ascioti.
Adirondack Meditations will be performed at Carnegie Hall Tuesday, October15th, marking Mr. Ascoti's premiere as a composer at the celebrated New York City venue.
Composer & Conductor
Nicholas Anthony Ascioti's compositions have been performed by world-renowned instrumentalists and vocalists including Angela Gosse, Nancy Loesch, Stephen Tharp, and Eileen Strempel. Ascioti’s voice is the result of combining polyphonic structure of the Renaissance and 20th century techniques.
Mr. Ascioti received his professional debut at age 21 with a commission from Albany Symphony Orchestra conductor, David Allen Miller. Judge, Jury and Executioner was premiered by the Dogs of Desire, the orchestra's chamber ensemble. As a conductor, Nicholas focuses on performances of the 20th century choral repertoire.
“Ascioti pairs the voice with some unexpected instruments, such as cello, flute, oboe,Joseph Dalton, Albany Times Union
or harp. It lifts the instrumental writing beyond the role of vocal accompaniment to a more independent and evocative creative element.”
St. Jude the Apostle
Nicholas Ascioti is the Director of Music at St. Jude the Apostle in Wynantskill, New York.