Saxophonist, producer and educator Randy Corinthian has been an integral and innovative part of the Music Industry for more than a decade. He is currently the CEO of RC Music Group. A native Floridian, Randy graduated from Florida A&M University, receiving his BS Degree in Music Education. He also obtained his Masters Degree from Florida State University, focusing in Jazz Studies and Commercial Music.
From his formative years as musician & bandleader, to his present recording artist status, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer, Randy Corinthian is identified by his charismatic and scintillating personality and musical style. Appreciated as both musician and performer, Randy always had the duel personae of master improviser and vibrant entertainer. In November 2011, Randy independently released his first single, “Bittersweet” and in April 2012, released his second single, “4eva”. His highly anticipated debut album, “Bittersweet”, was released in January of 2013.
He has brought his music to a level of style and sophistication that has always placed his keenly discerning art in the service of a rousing good time. His soulful and stylish approach to music has earned him an impeccable reputation as one of music’s most enterprising and engaging artist.
As a performer, Randy has shared the stage with many notable names including, Ellis Marsalis, Victor Goines, Ron Isley, Debbie Reynolds, Mike Phillips, Rick Watford, and Alex Bugnon. He’s performed a wide variety of musical styles including, straight-ahead jazz, popular music, and many original compositions. He has also appeared as an artist on Tom Joyner’s Fantastic Voyage Cruise, performing with Coco Brown and The Phat Cat Players. Moreover, he has been featured as a guest solo artist with the Albany Symphony Orchestra where his performance highlighted great versatility, displaying the similarities and differences between the Jazz and Classical styles of saxophone playing.
As a Producer/Songwriter, his music has been featured on MTV, VH1, The Black Family Channel, and BET Networks. Randy’s original compositions have been featured in programming for MTV’s “Making The Band”, Rock Dinner, Jersey Shore and True Life. He has produced several original songs for Robert Townsend and The Black Family Channel. Many of his works can be heard in several shows including, “Spoken” hosted by Jessica Care Moore, Lisa Knight and The Round Table, and Straight Up.
As an avid Musician, Randy still manages time for community service by honoring both, his civic and social responsibilities. He attributes his passion for service to the many community pioneers that have impacted his own life. He serves as a beacon of light in the community through his service rendered in church and education. He attends Gateway Church in Ft. Lauderdale, where he serves in the music ministry sharing his anointing with parishioners, and mentoring young musicians. In addition to lending his many talents, Randy is a strong advocate for social action programs designed to provide relief services for those that are less fortunate.
As an Educator, Randy teaches music in the public school system, where he focuses particular attention on students with socio-economic disadvantages, and provides them with inspiration, musical direction, and the life skills that they need to be successful beyond high school. Additionally, Randy serves as Adjunct Professor of Music at Broward College.
Randy maintains an "active" membership with The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, where he serves on several committees within the organization. He has chaired committees on “Scholarship” and “Talent Hunt” with a consortium of like-minded individuals whose aim is to supply scholarship awards to deserving students, and to provide a platform for talented youth to showcase their abilities and compete for cash prizes, scholarship opportunities, and a chance to perform on a national stage. Randy also serves as a board member for Leaders Recognizing Leaders, Inc., a non-profit global youth and young adult’s community service and leadership organization.
Randy was honored by Legacy Magazine as one of South Florida’s 40 under 40 Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow of 2012. As a musician, producer, educator and public servant, Randy’s repertoire solidifies him as a reputable source in the music industry, and sets the stage for even greater things to come. Randy’s soulful sounds are sure to be an inspiration to a diverse and sophisticated audience as he continues to excel to new heights.