1st January 1970
In 2018 Randall won 1st Prize at the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York. Engagements this season include debut recitals at Merkin Concert Hall (New York), the Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.) and Wigmore Hall (London).
In 2018 Randall won 1st Prize at the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York
Engagements this season include debut recitals at Merkin Concert Hall (New York), the Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.) and Wigmore Hall (London).
He appears as soloist with the Toledo, New Hampshire and Hartford Symphony Orchestras and performs Bach’s Double Concerto with Itzhak Perlman and the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra.
As a soloist Randall has performed widely throughout the USA, highlights including an appearance with the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall as part of their young artist programme, and with Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. He was the youngest recipient ever to win the Sphinx Concerto Competition and recipient of an Isaac Stern Award.
In addition to his concerts, Randall shares his love of music in outreach programs for public schools, children’s hospitals and music programs across the USA. He will undertake an ambassadorial role with London Music Masters in the UK, working closely with young learners and inspiring them.
Randall began violin studies at the age of seven. Encouraged by his teacher, he applied for the Perlman Music program which was transformative for him. The Perlmans enabled him to take up a scholarship to the Juilliard Pre-College programme where he studied with Itzhak Perlman and Chatherine Cho until he graduated. He is currently completing his Masters with Donald Weilerstein and Laurie Smukler at Juilliard School.
Randall has been featured on National Public Radio’s From the Top, and been honored as a Rising Star of the Stradivari Society. He currently plays on a Guarneri del Gesu (1735) on generous loan from the Stradivari Society.
Randall is the inaugural YCAT Robey Artist, selected in 2019, in partnership with London Music Masters.
1st January 1970
“He exerted a masterly level of control and lavished an exquisite tone...his performance won him a deserved standing ovation for its sheer virtuosity. ”
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“The most remarkable performance of the evening, by violinist Randall Goosby, was also one of the most refined. As soloist in Mozart Concerto No. 3, he not only delivered the music flawlessly…. but also displayed an astonishing degree of musical maturity.”