Professor Domine is a prophet in the truest sense of the word. He touches, admonishes, and heals the soul through his eclectic artistry; through his music, poetry, authorship, and works for the stage. Through his expert musical and literary compositions, superb teaching, musical arrangements, comedic and very serious musicianship and personality, he reaches out to the community and takes on the redemptive task of transforming a community which is hungry for something far beyond the mundane. Through his literary works, Prof. Domine invites the conscience to look look at its own reflection in the mirror and ask itself the hard questions about human nature and his place in the world. His music has very real characters speaking to our imagination and reflection. They suddenly appear, play, beckon, become angry and make up, seduce, and hide in the most remarkable and surprising places, always bringing us , their audience, closer to them and ourselves; one another. Like Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky, and the Greek Tragedy, Professor Domine uses music and literary art to accomplish a most difficult task: one which unites all people into one body and one religion in the best sense of the word and imagination.