Choral Chameleon Artist Profile: Justin Randolph

Justin Randolph is an actor and singer originally from Ohio.  He recently appeared as Adam in the world premiere of the play Like Trying to Count All the Drops of the Falling Rain.  Other stage appearances in NYC have included Topper in A Christmas Carol with Personal Space Theatrics, amongst several other plays.  He made his film debut as Jon in Hiding the Pain of Others, directed by Hsu-Weng and submitted to Asian & American film festivals.  Justin received his masters of voice performance from Bowling Green State University in 2007 and has appeared on the operatic stage in numerous roles throughout Europe & The United States. Justin is a resident company member of The Secret Theatre Company & a student in the JoAnna Beckson acting studios.  Visit for more information.  


What are you working on right now?  I’m finishing up my 9 month stint in the JoAnna Beckson acting studio.


How about a favorite quote that inspires you: “Whatever you believe you create.”


What is your favorite piece Choral Chameleon has worked on to date?  “Poulenc’s 4 Christmas motets.” There is so much color in all of these pieces, and so many different layers that each time it is sung there is something new to be learned.


What’s the best part about singing with Choral Chameleon? The challenging music that helps me keep up my reading skills, and also the amazing people who bring such diverse talents to the group.


If you met someone who had been invited to a Choral Chameleon concert, and they needed a nudge to bite the bullet and attend, what would you tell them?  Come and I promise you will be moved!


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