Eastern Michigan University

College of Arts and Sciences

Music & Dance

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Luke Randall

Voice Professor

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M.M. University of Michigan
B.M. Lawrence University

Courses Taught

  • Applied Voice
  • Class Voice
  • Diction


Luke Randall, baritone, is a versatile artist who enraptures audiences with his performances in opera, recital, or oratorio works. Currently centered in Michigan, he made his Detroit debut performing as the bass soloist in Handel’s  Messiah  with the Community Chorus of Detroit in 2015, and his Ann Arbor debut performing the bass soloist in Haydn’s  Missa in Tempore Belli  with the U.M.S. Choral Union, under the baton of Dr. Jerry Blackstone.

Recent operatic credits include Ramiro in Ravel’s L’Heure Espagnole, Marco in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, Achilla in Handel’s Giulio Cesare, Owen Hart in Heggie’s Dead Man Walking, Sid in Britten’s Albert Herring. He has also performed extensively in oratorio works by Bach, Handel, Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, and Britten. He has had the pleasure of working with renowned musicians, conductors, and directors such as Martin Katz, Thomas Hampson, Kathleen Kelly, Simon O’Neill, Timothy Cheek, Edith Wiens, Kay Castaldo, and Carol Freeman.

Along with his deep love of performing, he is a passionate educator and scholar. He has taught at the University of Michigan, Michigan Academy of Dance and Music, all while maintaining a private voice studio. He currently teaches at Eastern Michigan University. His scholarly focus centers on researching and performing Scandinavian art song, including works by Edvard Grieg, Wilhelm Stenhammer, Hugo Alfvén, Ture Rangström, and Gustaf Nordqvist.

He has received degrees from Lawrence University, in Appleton, Wisconsin, and the University of Michigan, where he is also currently working towards his Doctorate in Voice Performance. He studies voice with Stephen Lusmann, and has previously studied with Kenneth Bozeman. 

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