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Randall Standridge

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Randall Standridge

Biography

Randall Standridge (b. 1976, Little Rock, Arkansas) is an American composer.

Mr. Standridge received his Bachelor's of Music Education from Arkansas State University. During this time, he studied composition with Dr. Tom O'Connor. He returned to Arkansas State University and received his Master's in Music Composition, studying with Dr. Tom O'Connor and Dr. Tim Crist.

Mr. Standridge has had several of his pieces performed internationally, and has had seven pieces selected to the J.W. Pepper's editor's choice. His composition Snake Charmer published by Grand Mesa Music, was included in Teaching Music through Performance in Band Vol. 8. His pieces are gaining recognition as worthwhile literature for concert festivals across the United States.

In addition to his career as a composer, Mr. Standridge began as the director of bands at Harrisburg High School in Harrisburg, Ark. in 2011. He left the position in 2013 to focus on composing, drill design and edit the marching band music for Grand Mesa Music Publishers.


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