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Robin Leigh Massie, soprano, has established herself as a versatile artist in opera,  concert and musical theatre. She made her New York City Opera debut as Flora in  Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of The Screw. She has also performed with the Tulsa,  Kentucky, Glimmerglass and Princeton Opera companies. In musical theatre, she  performed the role of Jellylorum in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s CATS in Hamburg,  Germany. She has also sung with the Bucks County, Pocono and Gateway  Playhouses and toured South America singing the role of Christine in Ivan Jacobs’  The Phantom of the Opera.  In concert repertoire, Ms. Massie has performed with the Indianapolis Symphony  Orchestra for eleven consecutive seasons in Yuletide Celebration. In other concert  repertoire, she performed with the Utah Symphony Orchestra in Leonard  Bernstein’s Mass for the farewell concert of Maestro Keith Lockhart. Other  performances include the Susquehanna Valley Chorale, The Bucks County Choral  Society and Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with The New York City Ballet. She can be heard on a recording with the Westminster Choir (Like As a Hart)  as the soprano soloist in Mozart’s Laudate Dominum.  In August 2010, she served as both stage director of opera scenes and voice teacher for the Crescendo Summer Arts Institute in Sárospatak, Hungary. In August 2013,  she traveled to Changsha, China to perform and teach private voice lessons and  masterclasses with The MasterWorks Festival China. She was the Soprano Soloist in  Mahler’s Fourth Symphony with the Masterworks Festival Orchestra, Summer 2015.  Recent performances include the soprano soloist in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana with The Harrisburg Choral Society, Handel’s Messiah with The South Dakota Symphony  Orchestra and Barber’s Knoxville Summer of 1915 with the All Souls Festival  Orchestra, Indianapolis, Indiana. A native of Austin, Texas, Ms. Massie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Voice Performance  from Westminster Choir College and a Master’s Degree in Voice/Opera Performance from Yale University. Ms. Massie is the Chair of Vocal Studies and Director of Opera  Theater at Cairn University and a Priority Adjunct Assistant Professor of Voice at Westminster Choir College. Soli Deo Gloria!

  • Holly and Ed Pearson
    Dear Tony, Thank you so much for being a special part of Courtney and Bryan’s wedding. The quartet’s music was beautiful. We also appreciated your promptness and professionalism. Sincerely, Holly and Ed Pearson
  • Gregory Deane
    Dear Tony, I want to extend my deepest gratitude to you and the members of the Shrewsbury String Quartet for playing at Grace Church, Pemberton last Sunday for our service of Advent Lessons and Carols. The quartet, choir, and organ worked very well together and combined to produce some extremely beautiful sounds. The music filled our sanctuary and touched the hearts of all who attended the service. We appreciate your sharing of your time and talents with us and hope that you will return again to Grace Church, should we have a need for strings in the future. With best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season, Gregory Deane SmithDirector of MusicGrace Episcopal ChurchPemberton, NJ


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