While she’s favored concert function and recitals on the operatic stage, Catherine Robbin has achieved acclaim in every three locations, earning a big following of admirers who’ve often asserted her vocal abilities placed her among the best possible Canadian mezzo-sopranos of her era. Although some possess contended that Robbin’s tone of voice is most effective to Baroque music, her repertory around the concert stage offers included works not merely by J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Pergolesi, and additional Baroque experts, but music by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Berlioz, Brahms, Mahler, Britten, and modern composers John Greer and Sasha Matson. Her recital repertory consumes tunes by Duparc, Ravel, Wolf, and many more, and on the operatic stage she’s sung a variety of functions from Eduige in Handel’s Rodelinda to Olga in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin and Lucretia in Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia. She’s appeared with lots of the world’s leading orchestras, like the Boston and Saint Louis Symphony orchestras, with such major locations as Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Middle. Robbin offers sung in broadcast concerts over Radio France, the BBC, and CBC, and offers made several recordings for such brands as DG, EMI, and CBC Information. Catherine Robbin was created in Toronto, Canada, on Sept 28 1950. She produced her recognized concert debut in 1972 inside a overall performance of Handel’s Messiah, using the St. Catherine’s Symphony Association (right now the Niagara SO). In 1978 she gained a bachelor’s level in the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where her educators included Dorothy Allan Recreation area. She continuing her research privately and among her instructors had been Phyllis Mailing, Ré Koster, and Peter Pears. While 1978 was the entire year of her graduation, it had been a crucial period for Robbin in different ways as well: she was cited on the Concours International de Chant de Paris using a Caplet prize; she captured the sterling silver medal on the Geneva Concours International; and she became a member of a trio with bass vocalist John Dodington and pianist Jane House. In 1979 Robbin made an appearance on the Bordeaux Celebration in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, with Aldeburgh, U.K. as Lucretia in Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia. In 1981 she gave her NEW YORK recital debut and in addition made an appearance at Alice Tully Hall within a functionality Bach’s B minimal Mass. Robbin produced numerous other significant debuts and performances through the entire 1980s, including her portrayal of Olga in Eugene Onegin on the Lyons Opera in 1984 and Medoro in Handel’s Orlando through the Academy of Old Music’s 1989 U.S. tour. Robbin’s 1991 L’oiseau Lyre documenting of that function, with Christopher Hogwood performing, was extremely praised. While she have scored numerous successes through the entire 1990s in her live concerts and operatic performances, her recordings had been specifically noteworthy, as evidenced by her 1998 Berlioz Romeo and Juliette on Philips, and her 2002 assortment of Duparc music on CBC Musica Viva. Robbin retired from functionality in 2003 and provides since committed herself to teaching. She’s been in the faculty at York School in Canada since 2002.