Saxophonist, producer, and educator Randy Corinthian has been an integral and innovative part of the Music Industry for over a decade. A native Floridian and CEO of RC Music Group, Randy holds degrees in music from Florida A&M University and Florida State University.
As a performer, Randy has shared the stage with many notable names including, Gerald Albright, Bobby Caldwell, Omar Sosa, Larry Coryell, John Abercrombie, Ellis Marsalis, Ron Isley, Mike Phillips, Smokie Norful, and Alex Bugnon. He’s performed a wide variety of musical styles including, straight-ahead jazz, gospel, 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. Most recently, he has performed Internationally at the Suriname Jazz Festival in Paramaribo, Suriname and was a featured artist, regionally, during the Jewel of the Ridge Jazz Festival in Lake Wales, FL., and locally, at the Florida Juneteenth Festival in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
As a Producer, his music has been featured on MTV, VH1, Bravo TV, The Black Family Channel, and BET Networks. Randy’s original compositions have been used 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.
Randy maintains a strong community presence by honoring both, his civic and social responsibilities. He serves in the music ministry at Gateway Church, in Fort Lauderdale, sharing his anointing with parishioners, and mentoring young musicians. As an Educator, he serves as Adjunct Professor of Music at Broward College and maintains an active schedule, which includes performances and educational workshops and lectures, both nationally and internationally. He is also an active member of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. Randy continues to facilitate a platform for talented youth to showcase their abilities, and compete for scholarship opportunities through his work with ALMAH International, a non-profit organization (501c3) that aims to provide uplifting opportunities for personal enrichment and economic sustainability for youth and adults through education, music, arts and humanities.
Randy’s creativity has been celebrated throughout south Florida. In 2015, he was recognized at the Caribbean-American Exhibition and Festival with the Caribbean-American Achievers Award for his contributions throughout the Caribbean community. In 2013, he was honored by ICABA HONORS, as a Finalist for Entertainer of The Year. Legacy Magazine selected and celebrated Randy as one of South Florida’s 40 under 40 Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow 2012.
Randy reinvented himself yet again in the winter of 2015 with the release of his highly anticipated Holiday CD – Sounds of the Season, Vol.1. Incorporating live instrumentation in the traditional jazz style, the album was well received and garnered new supporters worldwide. This was his follow up release to Bittersweet, released in 2013. His albums are available for digital download on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. For shipping, visit http://rcmusicgroup.bigcartel.com. For booking, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (754) 444-1278. Follow Randy on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.