Tomás I. Gueglio Saccone is a composer of chamber, orchestral, and electronic music currently based in Chicago. In his creative work, Tomás strives to find personal modes of expression by blending diverging musical and cultural lineages. His surreal and evocative instrumental works include pieces for actors based on speech, collaborative work with dancers, and even the creation of a device that activates the strings of a piano.
He holds a Bachelors from the Universidad Católica Argentina, a Masters from Syracuse University, and a doctorate from the University of Chicago. Born in Buenos Aires, a major influence in his musical upbringing was Gerardo Gandini whose workshop he attended between 2003 and 2007.