Kyle Randall is a professional composer specializing in both concert music and music for media. He was named winner of the prestigious American Prize in composition, and a finalist in the Morton Gould ASCAP composition awards. His work has been performed across the country and internationally, in renowned venues including Carnegie Hall in New York. His music is vivid and sincere, and often evokes strong notions of color, motion, and space, which he uses to create compelling pieces that exist in their own worlds, each with their own character and a strong sense of place. Listeners have commented on Kyle's directness and clarity of expression, and appreciate his readiness to draw on the past as well as the present in his writing, choosing to use whichever influences a piece may call for. Kyle holds degrees from Harvard University (BA) and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (MM and PSD), and he studied composition with Lennie Moore, David Garner, David Conte, and Chaya Czernowin. He served a yearlong residency with the Empire City Men's Chorus, and was offered a composition faculty position at their summer institute. Kyle currently works as a freelance composer and sound designer..