Thomas Grillo is a professional musician who plays the theremin which is an electronic musical instrument that is played without being touched.
As a professional thereminist, Thomas Grillo has been playing the theremin since July of 2006, and uses the theremin to perform mostly classical music, but enjoys performing light jazz which he composes as well. He has also contributed significantly to the soundtracks of independent films such as Golgotha, and Murderabilia.
Thomas Grillo is classically trained on the violin, and has sung with opera, and barbershop choruses since the mid 1970s.
He attended Hinds Community College where he studied music, as well as other vocationally related courses in the early to mid 1980s.
Thomas played the violin from about the age of seven, to well into his teens, and then picked up the flute for a while.
Of all the instruments, the theremin seems to be the most dominent instrument thus far, and has allowed him to reach out via the world wide web to a wide audience, as well as those who wish to learn the theremin.
Learn more about Thereminist Thomas Grillo, and the fascinating theremin at his web site, http://www.thomasgrillo.com