Toni’s transcendental approach on universal themes of the human condition is channeled through a unique blend of western classical music traditions with popular music. This quality makes his work unusually accessible within a contemporary music context. As a consequence, his work has antagonised some critics.
The premiere of ‘2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal?’ (2016) at St. James's Piccadilly was selected as one of 'Five of the Best Classical Concerts' by The Guardian. His latest work ‘Hhumann X’ (2018) is an exploration of social isolation in an era of technological hyper-connectedness, its premiere at LSO St Luke's on the 20th October 2018 gained lots of media attention from the BBC, London Live and the Telegraph amongst others.
Toni releases his music through his own label Interstellar Music.