Internationally acclaimed for his musical imagination and virtuosity, flutist Thomas Robertello enjoys a multifaceted career as a soloist with orchestra, recitalist, chamber musician, orchestral player and teacher. He has been a member of several elite American orchestras including the Cleveland Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Symphony and the National Symphony Washington, D.C. Many orchestral tours with the world's leading conductors have taken him to the music centers and festivals of the U.S., Europe, South America and the Middle and Far East. As one of the leading flute professors in the world, Mr. Robertello is currently on the faculty of the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. He has also served on the faculties of the Cleveland Institute of Music and Carnegie Mellon University. He regularly presents recitals and masterclasses throughout the US and Japan. A versatile solo performer with an extremely varied repertoire, Robertello is also a leader in the effort to expand the flute's solo literature and the role of the flute in new music. He has commissioned and championed the works of several young composers including Martin Kennedy, David Dzubay, Mischa Zupko and Matthew Van Brink.
Faure – Romance Sans Paroles,Op17 (flute, piano)
Faure – Fantasie,Op79 (flute, piano)
Faure – Sicilienne,Op78 (flute, piano)
Faure – Morceau de Concours (flute, piano)
Faure – Sonata in A,Op13 (flute, piano)
Kennedy – Four Songs (flute, piano)
Kennedy – Souvenir (flute, piano)