Randall Love is a member of the Duke University music faculty where he teaches piano and fortepiano. He has been heard in this country as a soloist and chamber player in events ranging from performances on period instruments to contemporary concerts featuring North Carolina composers. He has performed at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, the Boston Early Music Festival, and the Schubert Club in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has collaborated with Ensemble Courant (UNC-Chapel Hill) in numerous programs featuring romantic music on original instruments. Love has recorded solo works of Vorísek for the Titanic label. He has also collaborated with Capitol Chamber Artists of Albany, NY, in concerts and a recording of Haydn’s London Symphonies in a chamber version by Johann Salomon.
A native of Colorado, Randall Love received his music training from the Oberlin Conservatory (B.M.) and the New England Conservatory (M.M. with honors). His teachers were Sanford Margolis and Patricia Zander. While living in the Boston area, he concertized extensively on the fortepiano. A two year period of study in Amsterdam followed during which he earned a soloist diploma with honors from the Sweelinck Conservatory. His teacher there was Edith Lateiner-Grosz. His performances in Holland included two recordings made for Dutch radio. Randall Love’s awards include being a
finalist in the Erwin Bodky Early Keyboard Competition (1983) and a finalist
in the Jaques Vonk Prijs Piano Competition in Amsterdam (1984).