Born in Coventry in 1955, Gail Randall studied flute, piano and singing at Trinity College of Music, London. After a career in education and performing as a flautist, retirement provided more time to further interests of church work, composing, performing and composing.
Gail is an Authorised Lay Minister in the Diocese of Manchester, attached to St Thomas Church Moorside, Oldham where she also directs the choir as well as a tune ringing handbell group. An accomplished campanologist, she has rung over two thousand peals in the UK, USA and Europe. A self-taught composer, her compositions have been performed by choirs and instrumental groups in the North West of England.
- Year of birth: 1955
Works by Gail Randall
Festival performances of works by Gail Randall
Call for Scores submissionWorld premiere
- “Music for Four, Five, and Six Voices” on Thursday 18 May 2023 at St Pancras Parish Church
- Choral Evening Service on Sunday 21 May 2023 at Robinson College, Cambridge