Randall Woolf studied with David Del Tredici, Joseph Maneri, and at Harvard. Major works include Where the Wild
Things Are, with Maurice Sendak, and Women At An Exhibition, for orchestra and electronics, with a video by Mary Harron (director of "American Psycho") and John C. Walsh. Performances include the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Two, EOS orchestra, Seattle Symphony, Paul Dresher Ensemble, Bang On A Can, California EAR Unit, American Composers Orchestra, and twisted tutu. He arranges music for John Cale, co-founder of the Velvet Underground.