Dr. Russell L. Robinson has been on the faculty of The University of Florida since 1984 and is Professor of Music and Coordinator of Music Education. The recipient of numerous teaching awards, he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in choral music and music education.
In high demand, Dr. Robinson has made over 300 appearances as a conductor, speaker, and presenter at festivals, workshops, honor choirs, all-state choirs and state, regional, national and international conventions in the US, Europe, Canada, China, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, Africa, Central America and Australia as well as conducting venues, such as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Boston's Symphony Hall, the White House, the Wiesbaden Kurhaus Concert Hall and Washington's National Cathedral.
He is a past President of the Florida Music Educators Association, National Collegiate Chair for the Music Educators National Conference (MENC) and MENC Choral Adviser. Dr. Robinson is a published author, composer and arranger with over 200 publications in print including choral compositions arrangements, books and instructional DVDs.