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Z. Randall Stroope

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Z. Randall Stroope is an American composer and conductor.  He has served as Professor of Music at three universities (an Endowed Professor at two), conducted 47 all-state choirs, and directed over 40 times at Carnegie Hall, among other American venues.

     Randall has recently guest conducted in Hong Kong, Rome, Barcelona, Singapore, Canterbury, Berlin, Salzburg, Vancouver and Dublin.  He has performed music for Vatican mass at least once every year since 2008.  In addition to being Artistic Director for two summer music festivals in Europe, he has taught composition/conducting for the Italian Choral Directors Associations (FENIARCO or ANDCI) five summers of the last six years, as well as teaching composition in Singapore.

     Cecil Effinger and Normand Lockwood, both students of Nadia Boulanger (student of Gabriel Fauré) were Randall’s composition teachers.  He has 190 published works, including compositions for orchestras, soloists, and choral ensembles.  Commissions include the ACDA Raymond Brock commission, Raffles Singers (Singapore), Michigan Choral Conductors Consortium, Arlington Master Chorale, West Point Military Academy, Müller Chamber Choir (Taiwan), among many others. Recordings of his works are available on Spotify, YouTube and his website (

Randall guest conducts full-time, and composes from his home studios on Merritt Island, Florida and in Sandia Park, New Mexico.

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