Randi Bolding

Assistant Professor
Choral Music Education and Conducting
(502) 852-5609

 Dr. Randi Bolding is an assistant professor of choral music education and conducting at the University of Louisville School of Music, where she teaches conducting, secondary choral methods, practical applications in music education, graduate qualitative research, and supervises student teachers.

She is the recent founder and conductor of the Singing Cardsmen, who after one year, were invited to perform at the KMEA Conference. Most recently she conducted the Michigan State University Women's Glee Club and the University of Texas at Austin Longhorn Singers. Her public school teaching career consisted of high school and middle school choirs in north and east Austin, TX.

In addition to conducting and teaching, Dr. Bolding is an active adjudicator and clinician for regional and state organizations from the middle/junior high school to the collegiate level. Dr. Bolding has worked with ensembles and has been asked to present at state conventions across the country, speaking on topics such as teaching high school at-risk populations, building secondary choral program, selecting repertoire, and developing sight-reading curriculums.

She holds degrees from Michigan State University (B.M. in Music Education and D.M.A. in Choral Conducting) as well as from University of Texas at Austin (M.M. in Choral Conducting.) Dr. Bolding has studied conducting and choral music with Dr. Charles Smith, Dr. James Morrow, Dr. David Rayl, Dr. Sandra Snow and Dr. Jonathan Reed. Through all of her accomplishments she is most proud to bear the titles of cancer Survivor and Mommy!