Kevin Robison

Kevin Robison

Kevin Robison is an established composer and arranger of vocal and instrumental music who is known for his variety of musical styles. Through three decades of professional experience and his highly developed craft, he creates sophisticated music that is accessible to a wide range of concert-goers and the performers who regularly commission his work.

Best known for his choral music, Robison has received over one-hundred commissions from ensembles throughout the U.S. His work has been recorded and performed by Turtle Creek Chorale, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, Seattle Men's Chorus, New York City Gay Men's Chorus, Heartland Men's Chorus, Bella Voce, VoxFemina Los Angeles, and a host of other ensembles. In his three seasons as Assistant Conductor of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, Kevin conducted numerous performances, including appearances alongside k.d. lang and Barry Manilow, as well as LeAnn Rimes at the 2005 Ella Awards ceremony honoring Sir Elton John. He has also collaborated with artists Lily Tomlin, Joanna Gleason, Miss Coco Peru, Susan Egan, Margaret Cho, and composers Jerry Herman and John Kander, to name a few.

Robison is currently Artistic Director of Voices of Note, the governing body of the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus and the Atlanta Women's Chorus.