Tyler Entelisano (b. 1994) is a composer, educator, and producer residing in Spanish Fort, Alabama. In 2017, Entelisano was awarded the Bachelor of Music degree in Music Composition while studying with C. P. First and Amir Zaheri. During his time at the University of Alabama, Entelisano was the recipient of the University of Alabama’s Presidential Scholarship and the Dr. Gerald Welker Memorial Scholarship.
Entelisano's music is available through PARMA Recordings on the Navona Label with international distribution through NAXOS, and he is published in the International Journal of Contemporary Composition (IJCC). Entelisano’s music has been performed at venues such as the MA/IN Matera Intermedia Festival, the Alba Music Festival, the soundSCAPE Festival, the NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival, the SCI Student National Conference, and numerous SCI Regional Conferences. He was given an Honorable Mention in the Frost School of Music Ensemble Ibis International Composition Competition and was named a winner in the AMEA Young Composers Competition in 2011 and 2012.
Compositionally, Entelisano is engaged in collaborations with numerous musicians across the United States. Previously, he has served as the composer in residence for Tuscaloosa County High School. Entelisano is a member of the Society of Composers Incorporated (SCI) and ASCAP.
As an educator, Entelisano works diligently as an instructor at Modern Ensemble Music as well as the Mobile Academy of Music in Baldwin County Alabama. His students learn in a fun and energetic environment designed to instill a passion for music while also challenging each student to reach new heights. Entelisano is available for private instruction in Composition, Piano, Drums, and Orchestral Percussion.
Entelisano also works as an audio engineer and producer. He has credits as both an assistant producer and session engineer for his work on the album "Early Musings: New Music for Violin," which was released by PARMA Recordings on the Navona Label with international distribution by NAXOS. Entelisano is also one half of the duo, Sano-Quinn Media, who works to provide its clients with the highest quality of work to meet their media needs.