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Gerald Robbins

Gerald Robbins has distinguished himself internationally as a soloist, having performed throughout the world in virtually every major music center including New York, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Bonn, Munich, Athens, Frankfurt, Belgrade, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, and Tokyo. Mr. Robbins won the Van Cliburn Award early in his career as well as the Tchaikovsky International Competition. Mr. Robbins has also distinguished himself as a chamber musician. A champion of neglected Romantic repertoire, Gerald Robbins has received critical acclaim for his solo recordings for the London-Decca, Orion, and Genesis labels. Praising his “first-class, bravura performance” and “keyboard voice of true eloquence,” critics wrote that “Gerald Robbins’ technical prowess is phenomenal.” He is co-founder of the Lyric Piano Quartet at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, CUNY and is a member of the chamber music faculty of the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. He has developed a highly successful chamber music concert series at Queens College and is also affiliated with the Hoff-Barthelson School of Music in Westchester.

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