Mr. DiIulio began his formal musical training when he was nine years of age. Within two years he was creating his own arrangements of songs he heard on the radio. By the time he reached high school he was performing as a piano soloist in concert with the New Orleans Philharmonic and the Shreveport and Fort Worth symphony orchestras.
Mr. DiIulio’s advanced studies began with a full music scholarship to University of North Texas. However, he left UNT when internationally-renowned concert pianist Van Cliburn provided a full scholarship to the developing musician to study under Nina Wideman at Centenary College.
Mr. DiIulio originally entered the music business as a record producer and jingle composer. He was an assistant directorship at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History where he conceptualized and designed the museum’s now famous OMNI Theater. His other theatrical scores have played in theatres and aired on HBO, the Movie Channel, Showtime, and pay-per-views. In addition to independent films, Mr. DiIulio scored a handful of movies for the most successful producers of independent cable movies, Andy Sidaris of Malibu Bay films.
His radio and television credits include, McDonald’s, Oldsmobile, Lockheed, U.S. Army, Isuzu, American Cancer Society, Nikko Toys, Dallas Mavericks, Taco Bell, and NASA.
“My personal evaluation of Mr. Ron DiIulio’s ability is a deeper profound spectrum. I believe that Mr. DiIulio’s talent lies far and above the realm of education and music majoring. I think there are a few individuals who are outstanding in their chosen fields, and what makes them stand out are their God given talent which can be developed, but never taught.”