|William Penn, Opera|
|World Premiere: 1982, Concerto Soloists (Augmented), Christofer Macatsoris, Academy of Music, Phila. Pa.
Drexel University, 2 concert versions 1975, 1977, Orchestra Society, Sidney Rothstein, Andrez Yurkewicz.
|Choruses from William Penn|
|Choral Excerpts: Oh, Remember; Woodland Springs; Prayer for Philadelphia, The Treaty.
Singers, Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee Brian Kilian, conductor, May 2, 2014.
Brian Kilian, Cumberland University Singers, 2007.
Timothy McDonnell, 2006.
Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, Joseph Primavera, 1974; Collegiate Chorale, Howard Haines.
|Four Choruses to Poems of E.E. Cunmmings|
Catholic University of America, CUA Chamber Chorus. Timothy McDonnell, Conductor. April 21, 2017
The Huston-Tillotson University Concert Choir, Glorai Quinlan, conductor. Austin, Tx. April 3, 2014.
University Singers, Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tn. Brian Kilian, conductor. May 2, 2014.
Tarleton State University Choir, Charles Rives 2003.
Brian Kilian, Cumberland University Singers, 2005, 2007.
The Brandywine Singers, Lois Williams 2001.
Yale University Singers, Timothy McDonnell 1999.
Premiered as Three Unaccompanied Choruses, Montgomery County Choral Society, Judtith Willoughby 1974.
|Illinois Valley Symphony Festival Concert, Kevin McMahon, conductor, 2001.
Premiere 1952, Philadelphia Orchestra, Alexander Hillsberg. Peggy Chalfin Ballet Company.
|Pygmalion, Orchestral Ballet|
|Bismarck Mandan Symphony Orchestra, Beverly Everett, conductor,
Belle Mehus Auditorium, October 18, 2014.
Illinois Valley Symphony, Kevin McMahon, 2002.
Philadelphia Civic Ballet Ochestra, Ferdinand Liva, 1957.
Premiere 1957, Royal Philharmonic, London, England, Ferdinand Liva.
|The Acadian Land, Orchestra|
|Radio Broadcast, WRTI Philadelphia, May 30, 2018.
Premiere of Revised Version, Windham Chamber Music Festival, Robert Manno, 2011.
Illinois Valley Symphony Festival Concert, Kevin McMahon, conductor, 2001
Premiere 1960, New Orleans Philharmonic, Alexander Hillsberg.
|Blades of Grass, String Orchestra, English Horn and Harp|
|Radio Broadcast, MRTI Philadelphia, May 28, 2018.
Radio Broadcast, WWFM Trenton, May 28, 2018.
Bismarck Mandan Symphony, Beverly Everett; Tonya Mertz, Eng. Hrn., 2013.
Warminster Symphony, Joseph LoVecchio; Stephanie Newman, Eng. Hrn., 2009.
Windham Chamber Music Festival Orchestra, Robert Manno, 2006.
Concerto Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Conducted by members of the ensemble;
Dorothy Freeman, Eng. Hrn, 1994, also performed with conductor Marc Mostovoy, et al.
Amerita Strings, Joseph Barone, 1969.
First performed by Wilkes Barre Symphony, Ferdinand Liva, 1964.
|Blades of Grass, Transcription for Organ and Treble Instrument by Brian Henkelmann|
|Bemidji Area Church Musicians Summer Concert, Beverly Everett, organ; Gretchen Rusch, Eng. Hrn. 2013.
First performed by Brian Henkelmann, organist; 2012.
|Prospice, Orchestral Ballet (Two piano versions performed below)|
|Co-Opera Company, Philadelphia, 1950.
Peter Hamilton Dance Company, New York, 1949.
|Meditation and Elegy, String Orchestra|
| Philadelphia Sinfonia, Gary White, conductor. Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, Pa. 2014.
Vatican City State, Pontifical North American College Orchestra, Timothy McDonnell, conductor. 2007.
East Coast Premier: Windham Chamber Music Festival Orchestra, Robert Manno, conductor. 2002.
First Performance: Illinois Valley Orchestra, Kevin McMahon, conductor. 2001.
|Sonata for Bassoon and Piano|
|Emily Ray, conductor of the Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose,
performed her new transcription for
strings of the piano part of Romeo Cascarino’s Sonata for Bassoon and Piano with bassoonist, Rufus
Olivier, Jr. April 23, 2017
Peter Schoenbach, Bassoon and Leah Mellman Bowes, Piano. Settlement Music School, 100th Anniversary
of Mary Louise Curtis Building, Philadelphia, Pa. January 2017
|Pathways of Love, Eight Songs Soprano and String Orchestra|
| Philadelphia Sinfonia Chamber Orchestra, Gary D. White, Music Director and Conductor. Foulkeways at
Gwynedd, Pa. Songs from "Pathways of Love" with Dolores Ferraro, soprano, Gary White conductor,
March 6, 2018.
Renaissance Center, Dickson, Tn, Dolores Ferraro, Brian Kilian, conductor, 2006.
Wilkes College, Dolores Ferraro, Ferdinand Liva, conductor. 1980
|Pathways of Love, Eight Songs Soprano and Piano|
| Chamber Music Recital - Faculty and Guest Artists, Immaculata University. Cascarino's
"Pathways of Love" - Eight Songs with Dolores Ferraro, soprano, Leah Mellman Bowes, piano. Also,
works by Schubert, Chabrier and Finzi with Jeannine Webber, clarinet, Peter Schoenbach,
bassoon, Leah Mellman Bowes, piano and Dolores Ferraro Soprano. March 11, 2018.
Cumberland University, Dolores Ferraro and Brian Kilian, 2014.
Huston-Tillotson University, Dolores Ferraro and Stephen Burnaman. 2014.
Immaculata University, 2014 and Villa Joseph Marie HS 2012; Dolores Ferraro and Anton Fomin.
New York Premiere: Manhattan School of Music, Briana Hunter and Shane Shag, 2012.
European Premiere: Sala Baldini, Rome, Italy; Dolores Ferraro and Marco Boido, 2003.
Also performed at Bristol Riverside Theater, Wilkes College, Universities of Tarleton State,
Oklahoma at Norman, et.al.
First performed in 1957, Philadelphia, Pa., Dolores Ferraro and Romeo Cascarino.
|The Towpath, Woodwind Sextet|
|Premiere 1986, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Otto Eifert.|
|The Sultan to His Love, Baritone and Orchestra (Performed below with baritone and piano)|
Tarleton State University, Jared Duncan and Debbie Gelber, 2010.
First performed by Brad Raymond and Leslie Spotz; Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Tx. 2003.
First performed as Orientale-Two Songs for Baritone by Ellwood Anaheim, Combs College of Music,
Philadelphia, Pa. 1984.
|Danny Boy, String Orchestra|
| 2013, Phoenicia, NY, Nancy Allen Lundy, soprano, Robert Manno, conductor, Windham Festival Chamber
Renaissance Orchestra, Brian Kilian, Dolores Ferraro, Soprano 2007.
Premier 2000, Illinois Valley Symphony, Kevin McMahon, Cori Scotti, Soprano.
Performed with soprano and piano on concerts throughout United States.
|Danny Boy, Soprano and String Orchestra|
|Sheboygan Symphony, Kevin McMahon conductor; Erin Elizabeth Smith, soprano. March 18, 2015.|