Randolph Bowman - Principal Flutist of the Cincinnati Symphony, Faculty of the University of Cincinnati
Randolph Bowman has been the Principal Flutist of the Cincinnati Symphony since 1990.
During his tenure as Principal Flute of the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, Mr. Bowman performed at music festivals and in concert halls throughout the United States and Asia under the baton of renowned conductor and film composer, John Williams. He has performed as guest Principal Flutist with the Chicago, Boston, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Dallas, Bavarian Radio and Frankfort Radio Symphony Orchestras.
From 1990 until summer 2016, he was also Principal Flutist of the American Symphony Orchestra during its residency at the Bard Music Festival. In October 2013, Randy performed as Concerto Soloist with the American Symphony Orchestra in their 2013/14 season opening concert at Carnegie Hall. In addition, he is a frequent performer in Cincinnati with all of the local Chamber Music Ensembles, regularly playing repertoire ranging from Bach to newly-commissioned pieces.
While living in Boston, Randy taught at the New England Conservatory and the Boston Conservatory. Since living in Cincinnati, he has spent more than 20 years on the Flute Faculty of the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.