About Robin

Robin is a harpsichordist, synth player, music technologist and producer, whose work spans the classical, electronic and pop fields.

As a classically-trained keyboard player he works with many leading period instrument orchestras and ensembles, both as a harpsichord soloist and continuo player, and teaches at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

As a music technologist he directs the synth band Art of Moog, produces albums for other artists, and writes for Sound on Sound magazine.

Scroll down to find out a little more about all these things, and check out Robin’s forthcoming gigs.

Synths / Music Tech

  • Founder, director, synth player and vocoderist in Art of Moog
  • Regular author with Sound on Sound magazine since 2001
  • Freelance producer – album credits as producer, recordist, editor and/or mastering engineer, and work with major publishers

Selected Gigs


November 5
Double harpsichord concertos with Steven Devine
Cotswold Festival of Music, Northleach, Glos

November 6
Bach F major concerto
Feinstein Ensemble
St Martin in the Fields church, London

November 23
Bach Brandenburg concerto no 5
Feinstein Ensemble
St Martin in the Fields church, London

November 27
Tartini violin sonatas
La Serenissima
Georgian Concert Society, Edinburgh

December 19
Bach Christmas Oratorio
Feinstein Ensemble
Kings Place, London


January 17
Passacaglia Trio
Valletta Baroque Festival, Malta

March 11-13 (and more tbc)
Passacaglia Trio
‘To touch the heart’: CPE Bach, Wilhelmine von Bayreuth and contemporaries
Various venues in South-West England (more details soon!)

April 8-10
Feinstein Ensemble Bach Weekend
Kings Place, London

Past concerts

July 23, 2019
J S Bach: Goldberg Variations
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

August 6, 2019
Passacaglia duo: Time and Transformation
Owlpen Manor, Glos, UK

September 2019
Scottish Ensemble
Yokohoma, Japan: Anna Meredith Anno

October 9, 2019
Harpsichord recital: Dreams and Dances
Hatchlands Park, East Clandon, Guildford, UK
Part of the Cobbe Collection Trust series – played on the 1664 John Player ‘Kings Charles II’s’ virginals.

November 3, 2019
Art of Moog
St Martin’s Church, Brighton, UK
Part of Brighton Early Music Festival

February 21, 2020
Bach Goldberg Variations
Birmingham International Recorder Festival
Birmingham Conservatoire, UK

March 5, 2020
Feinstein Ensemble The Impresarios – masterpieces by Handel and Telemann
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London, UK

June 23, 2021
Carte Rouge – Albinoni at 350
La Serenissima
Wigmore Hall, London

July 13 2021
The Bach Circle
Harpsichord duo with Steven Devine
York Early Music Festival 2021

July 18, 19, 21, 2021
Benedetti Baroque
Battersea Arts Centre, London

July 20, 2021
Art of Moog
Petworth Festival, UK