performers

Harper Randolph

Harper Randolph

Harper Randolph began studying the viola at the age of five with the DC Youth Orchestra Program in her hometown of Washington, D.C. She holds both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from New York University, where she studied with Sephanie Baer and Karen Ritscher.

Harper was the 3rd prize winner of the 2022 Sphinx Competition, and the winner of the 2019 NYU Concerto Competition. Harper is currently pursuing her Specialist in Music degree at the University of Michigan, studying with Caroline Coade. She has performed at various venues both nationally and internationally, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the White House, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Palffy Palace, in Prague.

Harper is a member of the Randolph String Quartet, composed of herself, her two brothers, and her sister. Harper’s instrument was provided by a scholarship grant from the Virtu Foundation.

Performances

Wednesday, July 19 | 11:00 AM
Bouchaine Young Artist Series

HARPER & COLE RANDOLPH
Twins Harper and Cole Randolph share exceptional musical talent. They picked up instruments during kindergarten, and their paths diverged only slightly: cellist Cole studied math, music performance, and economics at the University of Wisconsin before joining the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, while violist Harper earned her music degree from the University of Michigan and was awarded third place at the 25th Annual Sphinx Competition, Senior Division. The Randolph twins will share something else at Festival Napa Valley — the performance stage for this Bouchaine Young Artist concert.

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Thursday, July 20 | 10:00 AM
Novack Concert for Kids

HARPER & COLE RANDOLPH
Open to families with children. Adults must be accompanied by a child to attend.
The Randolph twins take the stage for an inspiring concert as part of Festival Napa Valley’s Novack Concert for Kids program.

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