Randolph Peters

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Randolph Peters (born 28 December 1959, Winnipeg) is a Canadian composer who is particularly known for his output of roughly 100 film scores made mostly for Canadian films. A graduate of the University of Winnipeg and the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, Peters has also written a large amount of music for Canadian television, radio, dance and theatre. From 1996 to 2001 he was the composer-in-residence and curator for the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra; also serving as the director of that symphony's annual New Music Festival. He has also composed several operas for the Canadian Opera Company, of which his most successful was The Golden Ass (1999).

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