Randy P. Hamm


Role: Faculty Emeritus
Campus: Springfield



  • Master of Music Education, University of North Texas, Jazz Studies
  • Bachelor of Music, University of North Texas, Jazz Studies


  • MUS 155-755 Woodwind (Instrument)
  • MUS 172-672 Small Ensemble
  • MUS 174-674 Jazz Ensemble
  • MUS 119 Jazz Theory/Keyboard Skills
  • MUS 219 Jazz Improvisation I
  • MUS 220 Jazz Improvisation II
  • MUS 319 Jazz Improvisation III
  • MUS 526 Advanced Arranging
  • MUS 398 Junior Recital
  • MUS 498 Senior Recital
  • MUS 798 Graduate Recital

Research and professional interests

Randy Hamm, Director of Jazz Studies and Professor of Saxophone, joined the faculty of Missouri State University in 1989. While studying at the University of North Texas, Mr. Hamm was a member of the internationally acclaimed One O’clock Lab Band. He maintains an active performance schedule and his work as a composer, arranger, and featured soloist can be heard on the Arabesque, Seabreeze, and Origin/OA2 record labels. Hamm has released two solo CD’s on the Encore Music Presents (EMP) record label, “Yellow Cadenza” and “Abstract Thought.”