Randall Speer presents A World Premiere

Randall Speer, professor of music

One day four years ago,  Jim Peterson, a retired English professor approached Randall Speer, associate professor of music, and asked him to put music to Peterson’s poetry, The Resolution of Eve, a collection of 19 poems inspired by the etchings of Goya. Captivated by Peterson’s beautiful imagery, Speer not only wrote the first two musical... READ MORE >>

Randolph presents Baroque chamber music recital


Guest artists Jeannette Jang , violin, and Adam Carter, cello, will present recital chamber works ranging from the Baroque era to the 20th century at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 27 in Wimberly Recital Hall at Randolph College. Jang is currently a member of the Richmond Symphony and has degrees in music from the University of... READ MORE >>

Gustavo Romero piano concert set for Feb. 20

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Gustavo Romero will perform in Wimberly Recital Hall on Friday, Feb. 20, in a concert presented by Forte Chamber Music and the Randolph College music department.... READ MORE >>

Christmas Vespers performance set for December 7

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The 2014 Christmas Vespers includes Hildegard Von Bingen’s O Virga ac diadema and Bach’s Cantate No. 64.... READ MORE >>

Award-winning composer visits Randolph College for American premiere of new composition

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The Randolph College Chamber Orchestra will present its fall concert on December 5 at 7:30 p.m.... READ MORE >>

Touch of Harmony helps celebrate Black History Month

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Randall Speer wins Davidson Award

Randall Speer, associate professor of music, was named as the recipient of the Katherine Graves Davidson Award during Convocation ceremonies August 31, 2010 at Randolph College. The award is given annually to a faculty member who has brought distinction to the College. “This year’s winner has had a significant impact on our community,” said Dennis... READ MORE >>

Randolph College Welcomes Acclaimed Pianist April 10

LYNCHBURG — On April 10, Randolph College will welcome Victor Santiago Asuncion as part of its Guest Artist program. The free event is open to the public and will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Wimberly Recital Hall in Presser Hall.
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Pianist Emily Yap Chua performs on Nashville Public Radio

Associate Professor of Music Emily Yap Chua recently performed works by Joaquin Turina, Cecile Chaminade, and Franz Schubert with the Eclectic Chamber Players. Their live performance was broadcast on Nashville Public Radio’s “Studio C” in preparation for their concert performances on Sunday and Monday, March 14 and 15. To listen to the performance, go to:... READ MORE >>

Alumna debuts in Puccini’s Tosca

Jennifer Woodward ’08 had planned to focus her college career on studying science. Then she reignited her passion for music, thanks to inspiration from Randolph College’s music professors.

Woodward’s enthusiasm hasn’t waned since graduation. She recently made her... READ MORE >>