FREE MUSIC INDUSTRY WORKSHOP IN CATSKILL NEW YORK
PLANET ARTS PRESENTS
A Free Music Industry Workshop
Recording 101+ with Special guest Scott Petito
Please join us for an informative workshop focusing on the recording process. From garage band to Logic and ProTools; beginner to advanced, we’ll give you tips on how to get the best results for your project
The workshop will take place on Thursday October 25, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at the Catskill Community Center: 344 Main St, Catskill, NY 12414.
Seating is limited and reservations are required. Contact Thomas Bellino at:
519-945-2669 or email@example.com to make a reservation.
For more information regarding the workshop please visit:
Scott Petito is an award winning composer, producer and engineer. He is a gifted bassist and multi-instrumentalist who has performed on hundreds of recordings in many musical styles. Scott has become particularly well known for his work in the folk and jazz genres, working with such musicians as; James Taylor, Pete Seeger, The Band, Jack DeJohnette, Don Byron and Dave Brubeck.
Scott studied composition and arranging at Berklee College of Music in Boston. He has scored films for the BBC, Robert Redford and PBS. His productions have charted in Billboard Magazine and have received gold record honors. Scott composed the theme song for the NPR program “With Good Reason”. He is a member of the seminal political/poetic rock group The Fugs. For many years he toured and recorded with partner, Leslie Ritter. During this period of time, their recordings received worldwide acclaim. Scott’s ambient solo bass record, “Sbass Music” debuted at the top of the NAV Charts and has been played on over 450 radio stations in the US and abroad.
"...Petito's been quietly amassing an awesome body of fine work, practically creating his own sub-genre of intelligent adult music..."
- The Woodstock Times
Support for this workshop comes from: the New York State Council on the Arts,
The County Initiative Program administered by the Greene County Council on the Arts
and the Bank of Greene County
CREATIVE MUSIC AND CONSULTING SERVICES
FOR ARTISTS, ENSEMBLES AND ORGANIZATIONS
The paradigm shift in the current music landscape has made it extremely difficult to navigate the various aspects of the global music marketplace. Our creative music consulting services offer over 25 years of experience in project development, administration, presenting, arts education and record production.
Over the years Planet Arts Managing Director/Producer Thomas Bellino has amassed a large base of knowledge working in various capacities with the New York Philharmonic education department, Young Audiences New York and the Doris Duke Jazz program administered by Chamber music America. He has also served as a production and administrative consultant for ensembles and arts related organizations in the areas of project development and implementation, presenting, strategic planning, and arts education.
Our model is designed to serve as a link to the various aspects of the music industry pipeline.
For more information contact: Thomas Bellino at 917-699-5339 or PlanetArts@gmail.com
THOMAS BELLINO - BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Thomas Bellino is a GRAMMY and ASCAP award winning producer as well as a musician, composer, educator and arts administrator. Bellino is a recipient of Meet The Composer awards as well as commissions from the Museum of the American Indian (Soundtrack for Star Gods of the Ancient Americas) and the IBM Corporation (Soundtrack for Out of the Mists). He has also composed and produced the music for Yes in My Backyard - a documentary that had its national premier on PBS and has recently created a series of short compositions for a digital story project focusing on HIV positive young adults in Africa. As a performer, Bellino has been featured with numerous ensembles in the northeast and has toured and recorded with Gretchen Langheld and House Afire. His recordings of his own music were regularly featured on public and college radios stations across the nation. John Schaefer from WNYC referred to his music as “original and engaging” in his book New Sounds.
Thomas Bellino has worked on behalf of artists and organizations such as the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, the Dizzy Gillespie Alumni All-stars, the JazzHopRevolution, Slide Hampton, Karl Berger’s Creative Music Studio, The New York City Department of Education and the Jimmy Heath Big Band to name a few. He created and serves as Chief Executive Officer of Planet Arts Inc., a GRAMMY and ASCAP award winning 501(c) 3 not-for-profit recording/education/presenting company based in Catskill, NY, where he oversees the daily operations of the company including: fiscal management, program development, artist negotiations, record production, education initiatives, presenting initiatives, grant writing and general fundraising. Bellino’s recording projects have received a total of 12 GRAMMY nominations, 2 GRAMMY awards and one AFIM award. His presenting programs received the prestigious ASCAP award for Adventurous Programming in 2005.
As an arts administrator Bellino worked as Jazz Program Specialist for Chamber Music America where he administered the New Works Creation and Presentation Program funded by the Doris Duke Foundation and the ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming. He also worked in Program Research and Artist Development for Young Audiences/New York for over seven years. He served as Coordinator of THE MAX Program (The Musical Arts eXperience - a collaboration between the New York Philharmonic, Young Audiences/New York and the New York City Department of Education). He managed and directed the Young Audiences/New York Program Department, overseeing the design and implementation of all programs and technology initiatives. His work at Young Audiences encompassed the design and production of numerous arts education programs including an outreach component for the Smithsonian SITES exhibit Beyond Category and student recording projects for the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS). Bellino has also served as a consultant to BMG Entertainment where he designed a student composition workshop series for the Bertelsmann, Sony/BMG World of Expression Scholarship Program.
Bellino is the founder and producer of the Kingston International Jazz Festival, the creator and producer of the innovative one2one Jazz Series, the director of the Creative Music Services program and the Open MIC (Music Industry Connections) project. He served on New York GRAMMY education and Jazz committees and has been a panelist for the New York State Council on the Arts, The New York Department of Cultural Affairs and the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Jazz Program.
Current projects include the award winning Jazz one2one performance series, the Tone Structure project, the International Jazz Collective and special initiatives with the U.S. State Department in Tunisia.
PROJECTS AND CLIENTS
The Dizzy Gillespie Alumni Jazz Orchestra
The Jimmy Heath Big Band
The Gary McFarland Legacy Ensemble
The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra/Sixteen as One Music Inc.
Arts Region 9/New York City Department of Education.
The US State Department in Tunisia.
The US State Department in Egypt
Karl Berger’s Creative Music Foundation Studio Archive Project
Jazz at Lincoln Center (NEA Jazz In The Schools Project).
Bertelsmann Entertainment, SONY/BMG World of Expression Scholarship Program.
The Kingston International Jazz Festival (producer/curator)
The one2one jazz series (producer/curator)
The Terell Stafford/Dick Oatts Quintet
Michael Benedict & Bopitude
The Tone Structure Project
The G-Town Jazz Project
Assisi Music Festival
The National Ballet of Guinea
Ahmed Abdulah’s DIASPORA Project