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International Journal of Neurorehabilitation
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Concetta M Tomaino

Executive Director, Institute for Music and Neurological Function, New York, USA


 Born and raised in New York (the daughter of a green-grocer and what was then called a 'stay-at-home' Mom), Concetta Tomaino made her connection to music early, adopting the trumpet as her instrument of choice (as it remains to this day, though it is joined by the piano and accordion, her main choice for therapy). The first girl in her family to attend college, Concetta enrolled at Long Island’sStony Brook University in 1972 as a biology major, but, by her junior year, a continuing passion for music moved her to change her major to music.

Forming a synaptic-like connection between music and medicine, Concetta turned her energies to music therapy, creating independent study courses because there was no music therapy program at Stony Brook. Concetta Tomaino graduated from Stony Brook University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance and minors in psychology and sciences and an abiding interest in the emerging field of music therapy.



Research Interest

 Her research in the clinical applications of music and neurologic rehabilitation, Dr. Tomaino has lectured on music therapy throughout the United States and in Argentina, Australia, South Africa, Italy, England, and Canada.


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