Randall Hall, associate professor of music, will explore mysticism, symbolism and ritual through the language of experimental music for saxophone and electronics.
Dr. Hall is an interpreter of contemporary music for saxophone, performing new compositions and improvisations.
He joined the Augustana faculty in 2005. Dr. Hall holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music (DMA), the New England Conservatory (MM), the Conservatoire National de Région de Boulogne-Billancourt, France (Premier prix) and Warner Pacific College (BS).
Internationally active as a performer and clinician, Hall has performed throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
Dr. Hall has recorded on the Innova label and Medusa Critical Publications and his compositions are published on Reed Music. In addition to saxophone Dr. Hall also teaches improvisation, music theory, electronic music, and co-directs Augustana’s summer session in Paris.
Wallenberg Hall (second floor)
Denkmann Memorial Building
3520 7th Avenue
Rock Island, IL 61201