Rich Campbell is an award-winning composer, performer and teacher. His choral works have been performed by VocalEssence, SACRA/PROFANA, Young People’s Chorus of New York, Octarium, Manhattan Choral Ensemble, Australian Boys Choir, Wasatch Chorale Ars Nova, Polyhymnia, MIT Women’s Chorale, Pacific Women’s Chorus, the College of St. Rose, San Francisco State U, Georgia College, Dordt College, University of Rhode Island, Voices Boston, the Organization of American Kodaly Educators National Children’s Choir, and others. Vocal works were heard at Center City Opera’s “Art Songs of the 21st Century.” Works for brass have been performed by Brass Initiative and C Street Brass, & at Indiana State University’s Contemporary Music Festival. In the theatre, Rich has composed work performed at Dixon Place, P.S. 122, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and in Chicago at the Red Orchid. His performing credits include studio recordings, film, TV, concerts, club dates, traveling stage shows and even stints on Mississippi riverboats. He has toured internationally and played at venues from Carnegie Hall to the Montreux Jazz Festival. He appeared in the film “Devil’s Advocate,” and the TV shows “SMASH,” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” He is an alumnus of the Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam, and has taught in the Utica, Glen Cove and Rockville Centre schools. He lives in Manhattan and teaches piano on the Upper West Side. He has run 20 marathons.