Randall Zwally serves as lecturer in music/guitar at Messiah College. He earned his Master's Degree in Guitar Performance at West Chester University. He has completed post graduate music studies at Peabody Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music, Texas Christian University and Ithaca College. He has done post graduate guitar studies with Richard Provost (University of Hartford) and Julian Gray (Peabody Conservatory). He is in the process of completing work on a second master's degree in library science.
Mr. Zwally has performed numerous faculty recitals and directed regional guitar workshops at Messiah College. He has performed as guitar concerto soloist with the Lancaster, Pennsylvania Pops orchestra and in concert duet with Richard Provost. Mr. Zwally was selected by audition to perform in master class with the world famous guitarist David Russell at the National Guitar Workshop in Connecticut. In 1988, he produced and performed on a nationally distributed album, Bethlehem Twilight. The title song of the album (an original composition) was rated as one of the top 25 contemporary Christian songs of the year at the 1988 Music City Song Festival in Nashville in competition with 1,000 other songs in the same category.