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Rhiannon Randle (b.1993)
Rhiannon Randle is an award-winning composer, violinist, soprano and emerging conductor, currently studying with Julian Anderson and based in London and Cambridge. She graduated from Cambridge University in 2014 with a BA in Music, and was awarded an MPhil in Composition the following year. She studied with Richard Causton, Jeremy Thurlow and Giles Swayne, while also having lessons with Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and David Horne. Subsequently she was a Leverhulme Arts Scholar on the innovative MA course in Opera Making and Writing at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in association with the Royal Opera House, graduating with Distinction in 2016. Rhiannon has written for the Britten Sinfonia, members of the Allegri Quartet, the choirs of King’s College and Trinity College, Cambridge, Christ Church College, Oxford, and London’s Royal Holloway College.