Louis Anthony deLise

Dr. Louis Anthony deLise

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The career of composer Louis Anthony deLise has included assignments working as an orchestral and studio musician (in orchestras that accompanied Tony Bennett, Bob Hope, Diana Ross, Luciano Pavarotti, and many others), while simultaneously producing, arranging and conducting on recordings released on the CBS, EMI, Mercury, Centaur, Vanguard, and Def-Soul record labels.

Louis was arranger and conductor on Grammy-winner Patti LaBelle’s number one hit album, The Gospel According to Patti LaBelle. Along the way, deLise has maintained an active career as a composer of concert music, most of which is published in print by Metropolis Music Publishers (Antwerp, Belgium) and ALRY Publications (Seattle, Washington).

In 2019, his Salone del Astor, a concerto written for flutist Joan Sparks, was named, “Best Newly Published Mix Duet” by the National Flute Association.

His most recent record release is Natural Light, an album of ambient instrumental compositions played by the composer and his ensemble. Natural Light was recently in the top 10 on the ZMR Top 100 “New Age Radio Play” chart.

Dr. deLise was Adjunct Professor of Theory and Composition at the Boyer College of Music and Dance and at Rowan University. He is the author of The Professional Songwriter, a new textbook on songwriting.

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