Rhiannon Randle studied with Julian Anderson at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Richard Causton at Cambridge University, where she also sang with Trinity College Choir. Her music has been performed throughout the UK, Europe and the US by artists and ensembles including Britten Sinfonia, Heath Quartet, Sarah Connolly, the choirs of King’s and Trinity colleges, Cambridge and Christ Church, Oxford. Her works have recorded by The BBC Singers, released on Resonus Classics and Regent Records, and broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
Rhiannon was a finalist in the NCEM Composer Award and has been commissioned by Choir & Organ for its New Music Series. She is Composer-in-Residence at St Michael’s, Cornhill in the City of London. Commissions in that role include memoria for choir, erhu; A Winter Rose, a carol involving alphorns, and works for The London Festival of Contemporary Church Music. Rhiannon combines a busy composing schedule with singing, teaching on the academic staff at Guildhall School, and supervising at Cambridge University.
Works by Rhiannon Randle
Festival performances of works by Rhiannon Randle
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