About the composer
Z. Randall Stroope is an American composer and conductor. He has lead concerts in 25 countries, is Artistic Director of two international summer festivals, and has directed music for Vatican mass on 16 different occasions. In the United States, Randall has conducted 45 performances at Carnegie Hall, and numerous appearances at Chicago Orchestra Hall, and other venues. Ensembles under his direction have performed at two national conventions of the American Choral Directors Association. Randall has several albums on Spotify and over 80 YouTube recordings.
A native of New Mexico, Randall attended the University of Colorado and Arizona State University, receiving a masters in vocal performance and doctorate in conducting, respectively. Randall's composition teachers were Normand Lockwood and Cecil Effinger, both students of the famous French teacher, Nadia Boulanger. Randall has a home/studio on Merritt Island, Florida and in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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