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Randall Fostvedt (April 13, 1953 - September 10, 1994) was a concert and record producer and artists representative. His corporate clients included Amnesty International and the Glenn Gould Foundation.

Fostvedt was born in Marshall, Minn. He attended Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D., and the Mannes College of Music in Manhattan. Before forming his company in 1985, he worked at the public relations firm Ernest Gilbert & Associates. He also produced concerts at Carnegie Hall, the 92d Street Y and the Kennedy Center.

Fostvedt represented many well-known performers, including Ivan Moravec, Albert Fuller, Rosalyn Tureck and Stephen Hough. His company, Randall Fostvedt Publicity/ Personal Representation, also had several major corporate clients, like Dorian and Nimbus Records, Amnesty International and the Glenn Gould Foundation. He was the producer of some award-winning recordings, by artists including Mr. Moravec, Julianne Baird and Robert Stallman.

He died on September 10, 1994, at St. Vincent's Hospital. The cause was AIDS, said Vincent Wagner, a friend. He was 41 and lived in Manhattan. He is survived by his companion, Robert Shelton.

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