Randall D. Standridge (b. 1976) grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas and received his Bachelor’s of Music Education from Arkansas State University, where he studied composition with Dr. Tom O’Connor. He returned to Arkansas State University and received his Master’s in Music Composition, studying with Dr. Tom O’Connor and Dr. Tim Crist.
Randall is a member of ASCAP, and is in demand as a composer, arranger, clinician, and designer. His pieces have been performed internationally, and numerous pieces have been selected to the J.W. Pepper’s Editor’s Choice list. He has also had several pieces selected for performance at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, IL, and his work Art(isms) was performed at the 2010 CBDNA Conference in Las Cruces, New Mexico. His music is recognized as worthwhile literature for concert festivals and band concerts across the United States and throughout the world.
In addition to his career as a composer, Randall is a marching band designer, having created numerous award winning marching band arrangements, compositions, and drill designs. He also works as a freelance film composer, artist/photographer, and writer. He lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas with his family.