Anthony Alduino is a former music educator in the Susquehanna Valley School District where he taught for 28 years. He is the Director of the Blue Velvet Big Band and an active musician in the Southern Tier where he is frequently called upon to perform with many groups such as the Sammy Kaye Orchestra, Al Hamme’s Music Unlimited and Swing Street, the Terry Walker Project and the Southern Tier Concert Band. He has performed with John Pizzarelli, the Temptations, the national tours of “Chicago-the Musical” and “The Rat Pack is Back”, the BC Pops Orchestra, the Binghamton Philharmonic, Katie Scott and Millenium, the Scott Freeman Band, Prism, several EPAC productions and the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Mr. Alduino is also the baritone saxophonist with the Empire Saxophone Quartet, a professional ensemble of the highest caliber. They have toured throughout the United States and can be heard on several CDs. Mr. Alduino has also recorded with the Rascher Saxophone Ensemble, the Fredonia Saxophone Ensemble, and the Saxophone Sinfonia, an 18 piece saxophone ensemble that performed in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. He was on the Executive Board of BCMEA for many years and is a NYSSMA All-State adjudicator. Prior to coming to the Binghamton area, Mr. Alduino was a member of the Onondaga Community College faculty and saxophonist with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra.
He is the father of two, Gina Kline, a music teacher in the Bristol School District in Wisconsin and Angelo Alduino, a computer expert in NYC. He enjoys kayaking, biking and skiing.