Soprano Katherine Jolly and violinist Amadi Azikiwe joining Randolph professor Emily Yap Chua for concert

The program includes works by W. A. Mozart, Irene Britton Smith, Gwyneth Walker, and Donald Waxman, and a range of selections for each guest as a soloist and several for soprano, violin, and piano trio. ... READ MORE >>

‘Funnyland’: Randolph student, professor collaborating on song cycle

Randolph professor Emily Yap Chua and Aaron Scott ’24 are exploring the artistic process—in more ways than one—this summer. ... READ MORE >>

Chua speaks at University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Music

Chua, chair of the College’s Department of Performing Arts, was a guest speaker for the Entrepreneurship Center for Music Learning Lunch.... READ MORE >>

For the love of music: Beloved professor leaves enduring gift

Elaine Dahl St. Vincent loved music and sharing it with others. St. Vincent, who died in 2020, served on the College’s faculty from 1947 to 1980 and chaired the music department from 1957 to 1979, influencing hundreds of students. That legacy continues today with an estate gift from St. Vincent and her husband, Edwin, for... READ MORE >>

Tenor David Tayloe to perform as part of Randolph’s Guest Artist Series

The recital, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5, at 3 p.m., will feature song settings of texts by William Shakespeare, as well as Dichterliebe by Robert Schumann... READ MORE >>

Garth Newel Piano Quartet to perform at Randolph

The Garth Newel Piano Quartet, known for its spirited and impassioned performances, will perform at Randolph College at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 27 in Wimberly Recital Hall. The performance is being presented by Forte Chamber Music, in partnership with Randolph College. The quartet interprets both standard and new repertoire in its shows, engaging with audiences... READ MORE >>

Randolph adds musical theatre minor

The new academic program is all about connecting students’ enthusiasm and interests with the curriculum. ... READ MORE >>

The work of female composers at the center of next Guest Artist Recital

Roger McVey is a returning artist, who last appeared at Randolph in 2007.... READ MORE >>

‘Aaron Diehl is that musician’: Versatile pianist to perform in next Guest Artist recital

Randolph College’s Guest Artist Music Series continues later this month with a pianist who regularly straddles the line between classical and jazz. Aaron Diehl, the American Pianist Association’s 2011 Cole Porter Fellow, will perform on Sunday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre. “This is a unique occasion to bring such a versatile... READ MORE >>

RESCHEDULED: Pianist Richard Masters to perform ‘fun, eclectic recital’ at Randolph

Richard Masters

Randolph College’s Guest Artist Series is returning—live and in person. Richard Masters, an associate professor of piano and collaborative piano at Virginia Tech’s School of Performing Arts, will perform in Wimberly Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24. “We’re thrilled to return to live performances this year and opening the Guest Artist Series with... READ MORE >>