Robert Randazzo (b. 1990) is a film, multimedia, and concert composer from Brooklyn, New York. His eclectic musical tastes and passion for storytelling greatly influence the character of his scores. A multi-instrumentalist performer and pedagogue, Robert’s musical life extends beyond his role as a composer.

Robert's music has been performed by such artists as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Marvin Hamlisch, the JACK Quartet, the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, the NYU Symphony, Con Brio Flutes, Dolce Flutes, and the Carnegie Mellon AUO Flute Choir. His arrangements and orchestrations have been performed by the Academy Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh and the Newton-Mid Kansas Symphony.

He is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Music (BFA '12) and current student at NYU Stienhardt's Program in Scoring for Film and Multimedia (MM '15)

Robert participated in the NYU/ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop in 2012.  He is the recipient of the 2014 Vic Mizzy Scholarship, and a current participant in the Society of Composers and Lyricists 2015 Mentor Program.

 Most recently, Robert’s music has been heard in Cork the Volcano, a new video game by Digital Dream Labs, and in Jingle All the Way 2, by WWE Studios, for which he is credited as providing additional music.

Robert currently holds teaching positions at Xaverian High School and the Abrons Art Center.