Kyle Randall

San Francisco, CA

randall.c.kyle@gmail.com

603-401-7075

Kyle Randall Composer Resume

Professional info
 

More info to come

Work experience
 

Audio/Video Engineer, San Francisco Conservatory

2013 - present

 

Recording concerts and conducting recording sessions, including positioning microphones, patching physical and digital signal flow, navigating software, producing recording sessions, and moderate to extensive editing

 

Student Professional Advisor, Professional Development and Outreach Center, San Francisco Conservatory

2013 - present

 

Imagining, planning, and coordinating large-scale events, conducting research on topics such as graphic/web design, publishing, grant writing, etc. and creating handouts for students, assisting students who come to the office with writing, production of materials, or questions related to any area of professional activity, and generally serving as a significant voice and force in the continuing development of this brand new office

 

Circulation Assistant, San Francisco Conservatory Library

2013 - present

 

Coordinating events in the library and imagining new approaches both to display books and information to students and to encourage their use, assisting with large-scale projects, binding and processing, shelf reading, and other tasks

 

Professional Choir Member

2009 - present

 

Member of the Harvard University Choir, paid position. Occasionally featured composer.

 

Church Organist

2005 - 2009 (ongoing guest appearances)

 

Part-time church organist at Phillips Chapel in Exeter, NH, 2005-2009. Guest organist in churches in New Hampshire 2009 - present

Languages

HTML/CSS

PHP

JAVA

SPANISH

 

Skills

WRITING

TEACHING

ENGRAVING

PHOTOSHOP

A/V ENGINEERING / EDITING

 



Education
 

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

2013-2015

 

Anticipated Masters in Composition

 

Harvard University

2009 - 2013

 

BA in Music, with Honors

 

Phillips Exeter Academy

2005-2009

 

Cum Laude with Highest Honors

“Haunting”

Harvard Office for the Arts Blog

F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S

2010 - present

2010 - present