Memorious Authors
Randall West
Randall West’s inspiration spans from 20th century modernism to the baroque, Indian classical, Japanese folk, electronic, avant-garde, and popular music.  Randall received his Masters in composition at the Chicago College of the Performing Arts, where his instructors included Daron Hagen, Stacy Garrop, and Kyong Mee Choi.   He has been awarded fellowships by the Seasons Music Festival and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and was the recipient of the 2008/2009 CCPA Wind Ensemble Competition for Wayna Picchu.  His works have been performed by Palomar, Accessible Contemporary Music, the University of Illinois New Music Ensemble, and Chicago Opera Vanguard, among others.  His electro-acoustic work will be presented at the 2010 International Computer Music Conference in New York and at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art.  Randall also works as a website programmer, and is a pianist and Taiko performer.  Website:
In Memorious:
Blackwater(Issue 14)
Husky Boys’ Dickies(Issue 14)
An Hour with an Etruscan Sarcophagus(Issue 14)
From the Composer(Issue 14)
Copyright © 2004–2023 Memorious