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  • 09 February 2024

    Robin Tritschler debuts with London Symphony Orchestra

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  • St Matthew Passion

    Theater Basel
    Mar 2022
    • Robin Tritschler, the evangelist’s singer, acts as director, for whom his light tenor in the mixture of soft sound and concise articulation is ideal.

  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra | Nathalie Stutzmann

    Atlanta Symphony Hall
  • Britten Pears Weekend

    Britten Studio, Snape Maltings
    Oct 2022
    • Philosophical depths were struck the previous afternoon by Robin Tritschler in the later, more aphoristic Holderlin Fragments and Marcus Farnsworth in the Blake cycle – including Britten’s second, and most devastating setting of “A Poison Tree”.

  • Mendelssohn Lobgesang

    Ensemble Pygmalion | Raphaël Pichon
    Jan 2023
    • "La partie de ténor est assurée par Robin Tritschler, un spécialiste du genre. Plusieurs fois engagé pour chanter le récitant dans les deux Passions de Jean-Sébastien Bach, il est tout à fait à sa place dans cette “Cantate” Romantique. Sa voix claire et puissante permet au texte de résonner dans toute la salle, particulièrement lorsqu’il conclut sa deuxième intervention en lançant un déchirant “Quand la nuit va-t-elle s’achever ?” : un moment poignant." The tenor part is provided by Robin Tritschler, a specialist in the genre. Several times engaged to sing the narrator in the two Passions of Johann Sebastian Bach, he is completely in his place in this Romantic “Cantata”. His clear and powerful voice allows the text to resonate throughout the room, especially when he concludes his second intervention by launching a heartbreaking “When is the night going to end?” : a poignant moment.

  • Apartment House: Wigmore Hall Recital

    Wigmore Hall, London
    Nov 2023
    • Tritschler is a natural born storyteller who combines an eloquent physicality with an ability to take an entire audience into his confidence. The voice is strong, almost baritonal in its lowest reaches, moving up through a plangent middle and upper register to a ringing top. Tritschler’s was a performance full of insights. Equally effective was the singer’s astute characterization of another train journey... Subtle facial expressions that conveyed a child’s dawning realization of humanity’s threat to animals at the end of “Wagtail and baby” made sense of one of the cycle’s more oblique poems. Britten’s music possesses a spare expressiveness and Tritschler gave it the most memorable and affecting of performances. Tritschler gave a heroic account of the taxing vocal part...

      • Musical America
      • 10 November 2023
  • Bruckner | Nathalie Stuzmann | London Symphony Orchestra

    Barbican Centre
    Feb 2024
    • ...and the tenor Robin Tritschler took his starring role with an appealing, Schubertian vitality, well supported by Lucy Crowe, Anna Stéphany and Alexander Tsymbalyuk.

    • The quartet of soloists, led by Robin Tritschler’s powerfully projected tenor…