Biography of Robinson Nicholas:
Nicholas Robinson was born in Worcester in 1970. He began his musical education as a chorister at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Later as a Music Scholar at Harrow School he studied the organ, piano and ‘cello as well as singing bass.After leaving school, he won a scholarship to study the organ at The Royal Academy of Music under John Scott and David Titterington. During his first year at the Academy, he was Organ Scholar at St Alban’s Cathedral and was later appointed Assistant Director of Music at nearby St Peter’s Church. In 2000 he took over the role as Director of Music and is responsible for all the music, including two choirs. He currently combines this post with a career as a choral conductor, an accompanist and as a Music Master at Wycombe Abbey School in Buckinghamshire.