Tony Campodonico’s professional career as a composer, keyboardist, arranger and conductor spans almost 30 years and includes stints with Engelbert Humperdinck, Al Martino, Tony Martin, Gene Chandler, The Delphonics and Sophie B. Hawkins to name just a few. Playing in rock bands in high school, he quickly found that he had a strong attraction to jazz music when he heard some records by jazz piano legend Oscar Peterson. Tony has also worked as a composer for film and TV and collaborated on songwriting projects, music production for vocal artists, movie trailers and more. Projects include production work and arrangements for The Oxygen Network, The Veterans Administration, Billy Griffin (former lead vocalist for The Miracles), the Former Ladies of the Supremes, as well a musical scores for feature films, short films and concert music. He currently resides in Studio City, CA.