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composer , conductor , musician

Robert A. Moffa, composer, conductor, musician. Achievements include national acclaim for composing and conducting music to recognize people, events, freedom and mankind. Recipient numerous awards for upholding ideals of freedom in the world through his music, including special recognition from President John Kennedy, 1963 and the Artistic award State of Florida, 1982.

Background

Moffa, Robert A. was born on June 7, 1941 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Samuel A. and Ida A.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Rowan University, 1964. Postgraduate, 1995.

Career

Conductor, founder American Symphony Orchestra of Florida, West Coast, since 1991. Music director First United Methodist Church, Plant City, Florida, since 1991. Private music teacher, pianist, composer, conductor major symphony orchestras.

Appearances on major television networks, including NBC, Columbia Broadcasting System, ABC, and numerous local and radio network affiliates.

Achievements

  • Achievements include national acclaim for composing and conducting music to recognize people, events, freedom and mankind.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: (symphonic works) Berlin Suite, 1963, Poland Today, 1982, The American Farmer Suite, 1986, United States Constitution Suite, The American Indian Suite, Labor in America Suite, others, (romantic/contemporary piano works) Romance for Piano,rLa Nova Vita, Nova Romantica, others. Composer youth and children's musicals. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Co-founder, originator National Farmers' Memorial, Agricultural Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs, Kansas, 1986. Member American Society of Composers, American Ideals Foundation (president, founder 1982), others.

Connections

Married Mercedes A. Sheets, August 8, 1964. Children: Lana, Nicole, Mary.

father:
Samuel A.

mother:
Ida A.

spouse:
Mercedes A. Sheets

child:
Lana Moffa

child:
Nicole Moffa

child:
Mary Moffa