Richard Hall is an active composer, musician and educator based in central Texas. You can contact via email at richallmusic@gmail.com
       
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2014  
December 2014
WINNER !!! The score for the independent film "Viva La Reina De La Muerte" recieved a bronze medal from the Global Music Awards, a peer reviewed, prestigious international music competition. The soundtrack was also released on BandCamp. Richard D. Hall composed and performed the film score, which featured vocalist Ashley Holsinger.  
   
December 2014 Richard D. Hall wrote the music and created all of the sound design for the fictional podcast "When Wade Tried to Save the World" (Third in a three part series.) The story was written by Mark Gifford and Todd Wright and produced by HyperLiterature. The podcast can also be found on iTunes. (WARNING: Explictit Language)
   
November 2014
  The independent film "Viva La Reina De La Muerte" was premiered at the Hollywood Forever Cemetry before doing a limited online engagement. Richard D. Hall composed and performed the film score, which featured vocalist Ashley Holsinger. The film will be making the film festival circuit in 2015. The soundtrack was also released on BandCamp.  
   
October 2014

Double Raven Studios production of the television pilot "Edgar Allan Poe's Mystery Theater" had its television premier on Halloween on GPB, Georgia Public Broadcasting. Richard D. Hall wrote the musical score for the pilot.

 
   
October 2014
The comedy webseries "Left Over," produced by Boxcar Creative, was accepted into the Atlanta Web Fest. Richard D. Hall composed the music for the series.  
   
September 2014
"Capricious Aplomb," choreographed by Kaysie Seitz Brown and Ana Bae, was a featured piece at the Texas State University Department of Dance and Open Door Dance Theater's "Welcome Home" alumni dance concert. The dance showcases Brown’s dancing, accompanied by Baer’s video projections. Richard D. Hall composed the music for the work.
   
August 2014

"Capricious Aplomb," choreographed by Kaysie Seitz Brown and Ana Baer, was a featured piece at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland. The dance showcases Brown’s dancing, accompanied by Baer’s video projections. Richard D. Hall composed music for the work.

The work was written about in two prominent publications, the Austin Chronicle (Aug. 1, 2014) and Arts+Culture (July 28, 2014).

 
   
August 2014
  Ana Baer's experimental video dance work titled "Hitch-Glitch-Snag," was performed at the Universidad San Carlos in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Richard Hall wrote music in collaboration with dancer/choreographer/video director Ana Baer.
   
June 2014
The comedy web series "Left Overs," produced by Boxcar Creative, was shown at the Dallas Indie Festival. Richard composed the music for the film.  
   
June 2014 Ana Baer's experimental video dance work titled "Hitch-Glitch-Snag," was performed at the Universidad San Carlos in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Richard D. Hall wrote music in collaboration with dancer/choreographer/video director Ana Baer.
   
May 2014 Richard D. Hall wrote the music and created all of the sound design for the fictional podcast "When Ronald Tried To Be A Private Investigator." (Second in a three part series.) The story was written by Mark Gifford and Todd Wright and produced by HyperLiterature. The podcast can also be found on iTunes. (WARNING: Explictit Language)
   
April 2014
  Richard D. Hall directed the Texas Mysterium for New Music Ensemble at the Blanton Museum of Art's SoundSpace music series in downtonw Austin. The concert featured around a dozen experimental music performances, all utilizing the theme "Downtown NYC 1960."
   
April 2014
Richard D. Hall wrote the music for the experimental video dance work titled "Hitch-Glitch-Snag," in collaboration with dancer/ choreographer/ video director Ana Baer. The piece was premiered at the Merge Ahead Dance Performance at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. Musicans include Richard Hall & Bryan Winslow on guitar and Bethany Cowan & Jenna Crowell on voice.  
   
February 2014 Richard D. Hall wrote the music and created all of the sound design for the fictional podcast "When Thomas Tried to be a Graverobber." The story was written by Mark Gifford and Todd Wright and produced by HyperLiterature. The podcast can also be found on iTunes. (WARNING: Explictit Language)