Toni’s transcendental approach on universal themes of human condition is channelled through a unique blend of western classical music traditions with popular music ones. This quality makes his work unusually accessible within a contemporary music context. As a consequence, his work has antagonised some critics.
His latest composition '2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal?' (2016) was selected as one of 'Five of the Best Classical Concerts' by The Guardian and was received with standing ovations at its double première at St. James's Piccadilly and Cowdray Park, gaining unanimous rave reviews from audiences.
Toni releases his music through his own label Interstellar Music.