Rich Campbell is an award winning composer whose works have been performed by the Australian Boys Choir, Vocalessence, SACRA/PROFANA, Octarium, The Young People’s Chorus of New York, The Manhattan Choral Ensemble, Wasatch Chorale Ars Nova, Polyhymnia, Pacific Women’s Chorus, Voices Boston, OAKE National Honors Choir, College of St. Rose Chamber Choir, San Francisco State Chamber Choir, Georgia College Max Noah Singers, St. Andrew’s College Chapel Choir, MIT Women’s Chorale, Dordt College, University of Rhode Island, Philadelphia Center City Opera Theatre, Brass Initiative, C Street Brass and ensembles at Indiana State’s Contemporary Music Festival and the Southern ACDA Conference.
He has appeared playing his compositions on film and television, including SMASH and The Devil’s Advocate. His theatrical collaboration Puppy Love was staged at NY’s PS 122. He is the co-writer of songs on a Grammy nominated album by The Triplets. He is an alumnus of the Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam, where he studied composition with Robert Washburn and piano with James Ball.