Nathaniel Robinson began studying the violin at the age of five and made his debut at ten years old performing the Paganini Concerto #1 with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra. He has since appeared internationally as a guest soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician.
In addition to his work as a classical violinist, Nathaniel Robinson has performed with British singer, Sting for his Symphonicities world tour with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. As a recording artist, he has recorded on over a dozen soundtracks for Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures. On-screen movie and television performances include appearances in the movies Sex and the City 2, Step Up 3-D, on the Fox News Channel, and CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corporation).
His honors and awards include the Jascha Heifetz Society-Steinway & Sons Award, first prizes at the Friends of the Stamford Symphony Competition, and Manhattan School of Music Concerto Competition, the Connecticut Alliance for Music Young Artist Award, the Carl Owen, Elaine Bart, & Eugene B. Kahn Awards at the Manhattan School of Music, and the Stephen Adams Award at Yale University.
Mr. Robinson studied violin performance at Manhattan School of Music. At the age of sixteen, he was accepted at Yale University, graduating with a Master of Music/Certificate in Performance degree, as a violin student of the late renowned American violinist, Erick Friedman, (who was a protégé of legendary violinist Jascha Heifetz), and Sidney Harth, the noted violinist and former Concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Currently, Nathaniel Robinson is completing a B.A. in Political Science and Business Management at Columbia University.
Nathaniel Robinson featured in Strings Magazine's September 2021 issue:
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