Combining a unique background of formal conservatory training and digital media entrepreneurship, American conductor Gregory Robbins is the quintessential 21st Century artist.
He is the founder and music director of the Delphi Chamber Orchestra, Associate Conductor of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony, and Associate Conductor of the Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic. Highlights from his 2015/16 season included a debut on Carnegie Hall’s main stage, a performance with the Pazardjik Symphony in Bulgaria, and a guest appearance leading the inaugural concert of the Idyllwild Arts Academy’s new concert hall.
A strong advocate for music education, Robbins has made conducting debuts at Yale School of Music, NYU, and lectured at Mannes College: The New School for Music. During the summer of 2015 he began an appointment to the conducting staff of the New York State Summer School for the Arts, in a program presented in conjunction with the Philadelphia Orchestra. He is currently in his fourth season as Associate Conductor of the Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic.
As a chamber musician, Robbins has performed with such luminaries as pianist David Frankl, Clive Greensmith, and Ani Kavafian, among others. He has also collaborated with members of the Tokyo, Linden, and Attacca string quartets for concerts at Carnegie Hall and the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival.
He received his formal training at Yale School of Music and Manhattan School of Music, and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.