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Kevin Robison (b. 1966)

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Kevin Robison is in high demand as an arranger for GALA men's choruses in America. His choral arrangements are regularly performed by Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, which recorded his work in the tribute "Jerry's Boys" featuring Malcolm Gets and composer Jerry Herman. He has also composed and arranged for the men's choruses of San Francisco, Dallas, Seattle (w/Ann Wilson and Ann Hampton Calloway) and New York (with Jenifer Lewis) and is currently working with John Kander to arrange a concert of the composer's music for the Heartland Men's Chorus of Kansas City, Missouri. His choral versions of Randi Driscoll's song "What Matters," arranged at the request of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, were recently published by Yelton-Rhodes Music with a percentage of the proceeds benefiting the Foundation. His sacred choral music has been published by Morning Star and Augsburg Fortress, and he will be featured in the first secular collection of Christmas Carols to be published by Oxford University Press next year.

Kevin is the Resident Director of Music at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Santa Maria, CA, where he conducts musical theatre productions, composes music for non-musical plays, and teaches singing techniques for actors. He has authored several articles on singing for Back Stage West as well as the book "The Actor Sings: Discovering a Musical Voice for the Stage" (Heinemann, 2000). As a teacher, Kevin has presented singing workshops for actors in Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco, where he was a presenter at the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.


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