Randal Clark is a contemporary and concert saxophonist based in Salt Lake City. He began playing saxophone at the age of 9.

In his new release, coming Spring 2021, Randal will be joined with music icons including: Jeff Lorber, Jimmy Haslip, Randy Brecker, Vinnie Colaiuta, Gary Novak, Michael Thompson, Gerald Albright, Sonny Emory, David Mann, and many more.

As a performer, Randal has been extremely busy performing as a jazz and classical soloist. He has appeared at numerous jazz festivals and concerts around the country as a featured performer. He performs regularly with the Utah Symphony Orchestra and is a regular session musician for tv, movie, video games, and more. His most enjoyable performances have been with the "Cannonball Band" both as featured soloist and also sharing the stage with artists like: Gerald Albright, Eric Darius, Elan Trotman, Andrew Neu, Lebron Dennis, and Keith Anderson to name a few.

Randal received a degree in Music Education from the University of Utah and began teaching high school band and orchestra. He has gone on to receive a Masters Degree in Music Education, and a Doctorate in Instrumental Conducting with an emphasis in saxophone performance. As a music educator, he has received numerous awards, including: The Utah State Office of Education "Sorensen Legacy Award" for Outstanding Music Educator, the Utah High School Activities Association award for "Outstanding High School Music Educator", Utah Music Educator's Association (UMEA) award for "Outstanding High School Music Educator", and the National Band Association "Outstanding Band Educator" and "Outstanding Jazz Educator" award.