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Robert Costin, described as a performer of ‘consummate control’ (MusicWeb) and ‘in total technical command’ (International Record Review), studied organ and harpsichord at the Royal Academy of Music before reading music at Pembroke College, Cambridge. His principal teachers were Nicholas Danby, David Sanger and John Toll. After graduation, Robert moved to New Zealand to take up the post of Assistant Director of Music at St Paul’s Cathedral, Wellington. During this period he became a National Recording Artist for Radio New Zealand, making numerous solo organ broadcasts, and he was a major prize winner at the Hamilton International Organ Competition. He has subsequently held posts at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland, Blackburn Cathedral, Worksop College, Bedford School, Ardingly College, St Paul’s Cathedral School, and presently Highgate School.

Robert’s musical career has taken him all over the world, including North America, Asia, Africa and Australasia. He has performed in many of the major British venues, including King’s College, Cambridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey. He made his concerto debut with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in 2011, which was broadcast live on national radio. Recent highlights have included concerts and classes at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and major tours of New Zealand and Australia. Robert has made regular broadcasts on Radio New Zealand and the BBC, and his recordings have featured on the popular US radio programme Pipedreams.

www.robertcostin.com