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Robbie jacobs - conductor

 
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 biography

 

Robbie studied Music at King's College, Cambridge where he was the Senior Choral Scholar, and has a Masters in Choral Conducting from the Royal Academy of Music.

He is the Artistic Director of professional contemporary vocal ensemble, Reverie, Musical Director of the Southend Festival Chorus, Assistant Conductor for the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, and Conducting Scholar for Genesis Sixteen – The Sixteen's young artists' scheme.

As a music educator, Robbie has worked for the Royal Opera House, The Sixteen, and The Orchestra of the Swan. He qualified as a teacher on the prestigious Teach First programme, and is a Specialist Music Consultant for the Kigali Music Services, Rwanda. He is passionate about the transformative impact of singing and music on young people.

A professional tenor, he sings at the Chapel Royal in the Tower of London, Mosaic Voices, at the New West End Synagogue, and has also sung with the award winning Tenebrae Choir.

Robbie has studied conducting with Patrick Russill, Paul Brough, Harry Christophers, and Cathal Garvey. 

 
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Upcoming Events

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News & TWITTER

 

 
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Media

Reverie

Robbie is conductor of contemporary vocal ensemble 'Reverie'. The clips below are live recordings of Reverie singing in Holy Trinity, Sloane Square on 6th March 2015:

'Linea' Documentary

In October 2014, Reverie performed the world premiere of Freya Waley-Cohen's site-specific new work. This film tells the story of the performance:

Genesis Sixteen

In 2014-15, Robbie has been the conducting scholar for Genesis Sixteen. In February 2015, he worked with Harry Christophers and Sarah Connolly on a performance of Handel's Dixit Dominus:

 
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If you want to get in contact with Robbie, for bookings or other questions, please email him using the form below