In high school, Randwülf performed with concertmasters of the New York Philharmonic, the Florida Symphony, the Jackson Symphony, the Alabama Symphony, and many other prominent musicians from major U.S. symphonies; as well as instructors and students with the Juilliard School of Music. He performed under conductors from Romania, Germany, Italy and Estonia, just to name a few. Randwülf played a concert tour in Europe, performed an outdoor Summer concert in the U.S. in front of more than 10,000 people, and was invited without audition to attend the prestigious Symphony School of America. He added pipe organ to his repertoire, played viola in a theatre pit orchestra, and was frequently invited to mentor older students in university master classes.

At university, Randwülf studied music under his mentor Richard von Grabow, was a violist in a quartet supervised by renown cellist George Work, studied pipe-organ with Lynn Zeigler, and played in the university symphony under the direction of Laurence Burkhalter (who loaned Randy his professional viola for the duration). The university symphony performed several of Randwülf's compositions. And professors called upon him to demonstrate historical musical concepts on various instruments live for their students, previously having had to rely on recordings.

Kiowa Apache  -- Single Thread of Light

Single Thread of Light  -- Single Thread of Light
(use headphones for this one, or you'll miss the haunting low notes)

Magnificat - Anna Marie  -- The Torrent

Le Fete Daisyene  -- Wide Awake

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