Robin Walker playing Grand organ, Matthias Church, Budapest - Photo
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New disc "The Time Capsule" now available.

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Welcome to the website of classical musician Robin Walker, professional organist, teacher and choral conductor.

Robin is delighted to announce a new CD release "The Time Capsule", recorded on the 1558 Zefferini organ of Florence's 10th Century Abbey church.  The programme covers Renaissance repertoire from across Europe, from England to Italy.

The recording is a Pettirosso release.

Robin Walker live near Cambridge, UK.  He gives recitals in Europe and the USA, teaches organ for the Royal College of Organists Academy, is Director of Music of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and directs the Cantate Chamber Choir in Kent, and the Ipswich Choral Society.

Please use the contact details below to enquire about teaching, recitals and workshops.

“Walker’s playing throughout is characterized by an elegant intensity and a fondness for pursuing clarity through the delicate balance of line and colour.”
- Robert Levett, International Record Review, November 2011

          Robin's most recent CD release "Byrd to Blow", on the Herald label is             now out! Click here to see more.

"Bravo. Not a moment when I wasn't enthralled..."
   - Jonathan Freeman-Attwood, Principal, Royal Academy of Music, London
"...sublime survey of English organ music (...) one pristine performance after another..." 5 stars.
- Michael Quinn, Choir & Organ magazine

Over the past twenty years as a professional musician Robin has made particular study into the Early English organ repertoire, and performance of the early Italian school, together with working with living composers on recordings and premiere performances.  He also performs a wide range of the virtuoso repertoire, both in concert and as part of his role as Assistant Organist and Director of Music of St George's, Hanover Square, London.

Robin enjoys a busy and varied concert schedule in the UK, Europe and USA, alongside one-to-one and group teaching.