Music Producer & Composer

Three Grammys, hundreds of instruments, millions of ideas...



T O M W A S I N G E R is a composer, arranger, producer, and multi-instrumentalist based in Boulder, Colorado.
Tom has received three GRAMMY AWARDS as producer of the “Best Native
American Music Album” in 2003 and 2007, and 2009. Tom also produced two other GRAMMY nominated records, one in 2001, and another in 2005.
Tom’s first commercial success as a producer came in 1994 when his collection of
international lullabies “The World Sings Goodnight” reached #3 on the Billboard World Music chart. This collection has since been licensed by National Geographic for the release “Lullabies, Dream Songs From Around the World”.
For other recordings Tom has received four A.F.I.M. Indie awards (American
Federation of Independent Music), five NAMA Nammy awards (Native American Music Association) including best producer for 2001 and 2005, as well as awards from, the American Library Association, and New Age Voice.
Please see
discography for award details.
As a composer, Tom wrote the score for the feature length mountain biking film “Tread”, and the scores for numerous commercial short films. His music has been used in programming and syndicated programming on ABC, NBC, CBS, HBO, ESPN, and Animal Planet.
He has also been commissioned to compose music for prominent modern dance companies including Llory Wilson and Dancers of Seattle, and Helander Dance Theatre of Boulder, Colorado.
Tom has performed live in concert halls around the world from Carnegie Hall in New York to the Cemal Resit Rey Concert Hall in Istanbul Turkey.
Tom builds experimental musical instruments and is the founder of
“The Lost Angel Stone Ensemble”, the world’s only touring ensemble of resonating stone instruments.
Tom and his music have been featured twice on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered”.
As an educator Tom has taught music privately since 1976, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Colorado/Boulder and the University of Colorado/Denver.

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