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Randall Hodgkinson

Randall Hodgkinson is an American pianist. He won the International American Music Competition[1] which was sponsored by Carnegie Hall and the Rockefeller Foundation.[1] He has performed as a soloist with numerous orchestras including the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and with orchestras in Italy and Iceland.[1][2] He has also performed in recitals in the United States and Europe.

Hodgkinson is an active performer of chamber music and is currently a member of the Boston Chamber Music Society and the Gramercy Trio. He has performed chamber music at numerous festivals, including Blue Hill Festival (Maine), Bargemusic, Chestnut Hill Concerts (Madison, Connecticut), Seattle Chamber Music Festival, and Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.[2] In addition to his solo work, he also performs the four-hand and two-piano repertoire with his wife Leslie Amper.[1]

Hodgkinson is currently on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and the Longy School of Music in Cambridge.[1][2]

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