Piano Concerts Series
About the Musicians
Randall Love has taught piano and fortepiano at Duke University since 1982. He has recorded fortepiano works of Jan Václav Voříšek on the Titanic label and works of Debussy and his contemporaries on the 1907 Blüthner piano from the Frederick Historic Piano Collection on the Centaur label.
He has performed extensively with the North Carolina-based period instrument group Ensemble Courant and with the Capital Chamber Players in Albany, New York, including a survey of the chamber ensemble transcriptions by Johann Peter Salomon of symphonies and overtures by Beethoven, Mozart, Weber and Haydn. He has extensive performance experience around North America and abroad, with appearances at the Schubert Club, Boston Early Music Festival Fringe events, Iowa Early Keyboard Society, the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, as well as performances in Italy, Peru and Brazil.
He studied at the Oberlin Conservatory, New England Conservatory, and received an Artist Diploma from the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, where he was a finalist in the Jacques Vonk Competition.
He also creates music for modern dance choreographers in China with performances in Guangzhou, Beijing, New York and at the American Dance Festival in Durham, North Carolina. In his spare time, Randall enjoys collecting African sculpture, Chinese archaic jade, contact improv, and gardening. His wife is harpsichordist Elaine Funaro.
We welcome Randall to his second appearance on our Histprical Piano Concerts series.