Randall Hall's concerts cannot be neatly categorized. He performs in venues ranging from traditional concerts halls to art museums to coffee shops. His specialty is the performance of new music for saxophone, a genre which is multifaceted and includes both notated compositions and improvisations, experimental performance techniques and electronics. While some concerts emphasize one of these features, they are not mutually exclusive and often overlap in any given performance.
The following links to audio and video recordings demonstrate the versatility of Randall Hall's performances.
Contemporary Pieces: these are primarily notated compositions, but many include electronics and some degree of improvisation. Also traditional saxophone repertoire may be found here.
Classical Pieces: these are traditional pieces from the saxophone repertoire.
Improvisations: varying degrees of spontaneous composition.
Electronics: These pieces include music for saxophone with electronic effects, fixed media, dynamic processing, and EWI.
These links are to Randall Hall's published Recordings and Sheet Music.