Randy Stagich (b. 1997) is a composer and arranger hailing from Frisco, Texas. Recently having graduated from West Texas A&M University, Randy’s music has been performed by ensembles such as the Amarillo Symphony, Brasília’s Claudio Santoro National Theater Orchestra, and the Dallas Winds. His works have been selected as finalists of the 2020 Sinta Quartet Composition Competition, the 2020 WTAMU Composers Initiative, the 2020 Sao Paulo Contemporary Composers Festival, the 2020 Annual Dallas Winds Brass Fanfare Competition and the 2021 International Trombone Festival.
His music has been premiered at both state and national conferences by West Texas A&M University’s Saxophone and Trombone Choir programs, most notably at the 2019 Texas Music Educator Association Convention in San Antonio, Texas, the 2020 American Trombone Workshop in Washington, D.C. and the 2021 Biennial North American Saxophone Alliance Conference in Tempe, Arizona.
Randy holds degrees in Composition and Music Industry from West Texas A&M University (B.M.). His primary teachers include Dr. BJ Brooks and Dr. James Barger. He currently resides in Frisco, TX with his wife, Abigail, where he works as a freelance composer and arranger for instrumental groups in the area.