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The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra Returns To Campus

The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra will present "Songs of Darkness, Songs of Light" on October 29, 2021, as part of R-MC's Family Weekend festivities.

Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra Invited To Perform At Conference

The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra has been invited to share its creative artistry through a concert performance at the 2022 CBDNA Southern Division Conference.

The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra Commissions Allison Loggins-Hull

"The Loop," commissioned in Spring 2021 as part of a consortium led by And We Were Heard, will have its R-MC premiere in Spring 2022 at the Blackwell Reopening Gala.

The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra Commissions JoAnne Harris

"Dimension," commissioned in Fall 2020 as part of a consortium led by And We Were Heard, will have its R-MC premiere in Spring 2022 at the Blackwell Reopening Gala.

Randolph-Macon Music Program Forms Official Partnership With Boulanger Initiative

The Randolph-Macon Music Program has been named a Boulanger Initiative Education Partner.

VMEA Presentation: Flexibility Is Key

"Flexibility Is Key: Creative Strategies for the Post-COVID Classroom & Rehearsal," presented at the Virginia Music Educators Association Spring Professional Development Conference.

New Randolph-Macon Course: MUSC 381 - "From Hildegard to Hip-Hop," Race, Gender, and Representation in Music

Brian Coffill will be teaching a brand-new music course at Randolph-Macon College in Spring 2021: MUSC 381 - "From Hildegard to Hip-Hop," Race, Gender, and Representation in Music, focusing on marginalized stories, systems and systemically-oppressed musicians, and music both on the margins and in the mainstream. This course is open to both music majors and non-majors.

Winner - Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award for Orchestral Programming

Brian Coffill has been awarded the 2019-2020 Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award for Orchestral Programming from the American Prize Foundation, a national award highlighting the creative programming with the Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra.

The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra Commissions Composer Michael Gandolfi

A new flexible arrangement of the seminal work "Vientos y Tangos," commissioned in late 2019 in a consortium led by CBDNA, will have its R-MC premiere in Spring 2022 at the Blackwell Reopening Gala.

Music Education Undergraduate Research Fund Mentorship

"What makes Professor Coffill a great mentor is that he was always there to help me if I needed it, but he also pushed me to figure things out on my own..."

Research Presentation at National Baseball Hall of Fame​

Juried Research Presentation at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

The Randolph-Macon Chamber Orchestra Commissions Omar Thomas

A vibrant new arrangement of the folksong "Shenandoah," commissioned in fall 2018 in a consortium led by the University of Maryland, will have its R-MC premiere in Spring 2022 at the Blackwell Reopening Gala.