…a “pure, smooth, yearning voice”, (Chip Defaa, cabaret/jazz reviewer - New York Post)
“Mosci has a rich, smooth voice-perfect for sophisticated classics” (Erickson Blakney - Boston Globe)
Robert Mosci settled in as the featured performer at NYCs fabled Water Club, overlooking the East River. He can also be heard at Bemelman's Bar at The Carlyle on select dates. He has opened for several marquis performers at the Algonquin Hotel’s Oak Room, including Andrea Marcovicci, Mary Cleare Harran and Diahann Carroll.
Boardwalk & Brownstone, his newest release on Zographia Records is a collection of Mosci originals and classic pop tunes. It features the smooth singing pianist at his vocal best, with special guests Ingrid Michaelson and Spank, accompanied by a superb group of NYC studio musicians.
Holidays, his fourth album, was heard on more than 300 radio stations. His first three CD releases, First Portrait, One by One, and Sinatra tribute Frankly Speaking, have all received significant national radio airplay.
Cadence Magazine, The Review of Jazz & Blues said of Robert, “Mosci knows how to set a mellow, enjoyable mood and he does it consistently”.
Singer, pianist, songwriter, arranger, producer: Robert Mosci has an innate musicality; his artistry as composer and lyricist matched by engaging performance dynamics.
Born in New York City, Robert mastered an eclectic array of instruments and musical styles by his teens, playing classical bassoon with several orchestras (including performances with Stokowski and Ormandy), and performed as a keyboard player, blues harpist, and singer with local NYC bands.
Studying jazz and popular music at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, honing his skills as a pianist, he added saxophone to his instrumental credits. In Boston, Robert played with several popular area groups and a developed a solo act, incorporating original music.
Back in New York, he played regularly on the Greenwich Village club scene. He began performing at many of the city’s elegant nightspots, and became the resident musician at the Beekman Tower’s famed art-deco room, the Top Of The Tower on the upper east side. Known for his sensitive vocal and piano interpretations of pop standards and original songs, he has attracted a large and loyal following of listeners.
Robert has composed and recorded several sports music themes, including a jingle used for a NYC sports radio talk show host, and a theme purchased by a major New York baseball franchise.