Robin Fisher

Robin Fisher

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Robin Fisher is an accomplished soprano, an educator and a published author. She has performed in opera and concert in Europe and the U.S. since 1986.

Fisher was a professor of voice at Sacramento State University in California for twenty years; taught voice and related courses at Baylor University for nine years; and in 2013, founded Lingua e Canto, a summer program in Italy for college singers.

Fisher’s students are active performers and teachers in major metropolitan centers in the U.S. and abroad.  

Her publications include a second edition of “American Art Song and American Poetry,” a collaboration with scholar/performer Ruth Friedberg, and “The Selected Writings of John Duke” (2007).

She studied voice at the University of Vienna as a recipient of a Rotary Foundation grant and attended the Hamburg State Conservatory as a Fulbright Scholar. Fisher received her DMA degree from The University of Texas in Austin. Under professional contract in Germany, Fisher performed over 15 leading operatic roles. Her recordings include works for flute and soprano (“The Nightingale Sings”) and sacred American art songs with pianist Dalton Baldwin (“God be in my Heart”).


DMA, University of Texas, Austin