Gerard Carbonara

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New York City, New York, USA
Composer, conductor and violinist, educated at the National Conservatory in New York (on a scholarship) and at the Naples Conservatory. He also studied with Martucci Dworczak. He was an opera coach in Milan in 1910, and a concert violinist and opera conductor throughout Europe and the United States. Joining ASCAP in 1946, his popular-music compositions include "Calm", "Song to Pierrot", "Waiting" and "Dusk of Roses". Read more...