Adjunct Professor of Voice
David Robinson joined the UNT voice faculty in 2016. Previously he served as professor of voice and chair of the voice department in the School of Church Music at Southwestern Seminary until 2015. Previously he taught at William Jewell College. He holds the Bachelor of Music Education and the Master of Music in Voice from West Texas State University and the DMA in voice from Southwestern Seminary. Robinson is an active recitalist, oratorio soloist and concert artist. In addition to awards in other competitions, he was the second place winner in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards. He made his New York concert debut at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center with the American Symphony Orchestra, performing the baritone solos in the Mozart C Minor Mass, and the Ralph Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs.