Kurt "Corrado" Robinson—A singing artist, Kurt has received national and international acclaim for his work in sacred, recital, and operatic settings.
Said to posses a "warmth, vitality, and free expressiveness in his tone," he has moved audiences with his interpretations of the classical and theatrical repertoire.
As a teacher of voice, Kurt is praised for his attentions and interpretations of the time-honored bel canto technique of singing. His major accomplishments have been in helping professional and aspiring performing artists and dancers develop their voices for the Broadway stage and for popular recording. He consistently bridges the gap between the most modern styles of popular music and a traditional, healthy approach to singing.
Kurt’s clientele have enjoyed thriving performances in some of the hottest Broadway productions and national tours, including Billy Eliot, In the Heights, Spring Awakening, Hairspray, Wicked, The Lion King, Tarzan, Phantom of the Opera, Dream Girls, West Side Story, A Chorus Line, Producers, Chicago, and Spamalot. He has coached recording artists for Columbia Artists, Jive, Def Jam, and Nicolodeon labels.
"It is a rare thing indeed to find someone so young with such strong inclinations towards healthy, intelligent singing. There is a need for teachers like Kurt in our field..."
Kurt maintains a private studio in New York City and works regularly with students across the United States, in L.A., in Europe, and in Japan. Along with being on faculty at the Broadway Dance Center, he also workshops for the Jikei Group Music Conservatories in Tokyo, Japan. Kurt holds a master's in vocal performance from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music Conservatory.
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