Joined 8 years ago from New York City
Tony Margiotta is the owner of Gladiator Wine Distribution, LLC. Though the company is in it's initial formation stages, Tony wishes to bring delicious and undiscovered wines from the countrysides of Italy to New York City and the rest of the country. A Crowdfunding Campaign is in the works, so stay tuned to see how you can play a role in preserving a centuries old tradition from Italy to the United States.
Tony is also a guitarist, composer, audio engineer and author. He holds a Master of Music Degree in Jazz Performance from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music in New York City. You can listen to his imaginative and emotional music at TonyMar.com.
Tony has created a genre of his own which he calls Art Music. You can listen to his music and become a part of his Art Music Society here.
He is the founder of The Musiconomy, a publishing company and newsletter that promotes awareness that musical training needs to be a central focus in childhood education and development. There is an economic future for children and young adults if musical training is part of their education. Sign up for a Free Ebook on How You Can Lead Your Child To Prosperity In A New World Economy. Go to:
You can listen to Tony's music at www.TonyMar.com for your listening pleasure.
Tony is the author of "A Parent's Guide: How To Get Your Child Started In Music." A step-by-step approach that is easy to follow and will you save you time and money. Put your child on the right path!
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