Born: April 13, 1832, Trieste, Italy.
Died: December 18, 1911, at his home in London, England.
Cremated: Golders Green crematorium, London, England.
After holding various musical positions in Italy, Randegger moved to London in 1854.
Both as an orchestral conductor, and as a teacher of music and singing, he held for many years a leading position in London. Besides conducting on various occasions at the Royal Opera, musical festivals and elsewhere, he did much, as conductor of the Carl Rosa company from 1879, towards the popular revival of opera in England.