Tony Bernardi is an American neo-baroque composer of highly improvisatory and scored music with both electronic and traditional music instrumentation. His work centers on spiritual themes and metaphysical ideas. Bernardi has produced several albums, one of which was featured as a multimedia stage work in the 2006 Capital Fringe Festival in Washington DC. That album, 'Slightly Uncomfortable', is based on the spiritual poetry and worldview of Marshall Stewart Ball, a young silent handicapped poet and close friend. His latest ambient music albums are two program suites; "Andrieus" which is based on the life of the apostle Andrew, and "Christmas Time", six dramatic scenes from the story of Nativity. Bernardi's music compositions are mostly through-composed, lyrical, atmospheric, and neo-baroque in style. His official catalogue consists of vocal and chamber and orchestral music, music for stage, and ambient electronic music productions.