for solo voice and pianoCipullo's settings of poems by Billy Collins are, at turns, darkly humorous and touching. The New York Times has called his music 'haunting' and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called him 'an expert in writing for the voice'.
Tom Cipullo's works have been heard at major concert halls on four continents, from San Francisco to Tel Aviv, from Stockholm to LaPaz. The New York Times has called his music "intriguing and unconventional", and The Boston Globe remarked that his work "literally sparkled with wit." Tom Cipullo's music has been recorded on the Albany, CRI, PGM, and Capstone labels.
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