Laurence Robinson

Classical Music’s Most Exciting Rising Star

Solo artist Laurence Robinson is widely heralded as one of the rising stars of the classical music scene; an exhilarating tenor Robinson is perfectly suited to appearing as the headline music act and after dinner entertainment at private parties and weddings or any form of corporate event.

As well as being a much sought after music act for the corporate event circuit Robinson’s vocals have been called upon to celebrate a number of prestigious sporting achievements, including a performance of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot commissioned to welcome the triumphant British Rugby team home after they won the 2008 World Cup.

As a solo artist and proficient operatic vocalist some of Robinson’s most impressive performances include renditions of the Lord, My Shepard, Nessun Dorma and Jerusalem. Robinson has appeared as the pre-match entertainment at a number of well-known football and rugby clubs including Murryfield and significant games such as the Football League Play-Off Finals and the Community Shield in 2003 and 2004 respectively.

Laurence was also personally asked by Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger to perform at his private party celebration of Arsenal’s Premiership triumph.

Laurence Robinson’s first album, Inspiration, saw him explore the world of pop music as well as traditional classical music and his solo artist renditions of Three Times a Lady and Love Changes Everything were hugely popular with his fans. His music is perfectly suited to weddings, private parties and high class corporate events and is sure to thrill any audience.

To book Laurence Robinson as the entertainment for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

“Laurence Is Back: After the great reception he received at the Bologna game, we have also invited back tenor Laurence Robinson to give some more spine-tingling performances. This time you will all have a part to play too as we go for the biggest ever sing-along of Jerusalem (well, the biggest one in Watford anyway).” – Saracens

“Robinson sets tenor for Albion Feb 2 2004: West Bromwich Albion supporters were treated to not one, but two excellent performances.First world-renowned tenor Laurence Robinson whipped up the atmosphere at The Hawthorns before kick-off with a rousing ten-minute set – featuring classics like Nessun Dorma and the club’s anthem The Lord is my Shepherd.” – James Nursey, Birmingham Post

“Hysteria at Heathrow: BAA had even laid on an operatic tenor, Laurence Robinson, to sing them in. Mr Robinson is a veteran of such sporting occasions, but even he was overawed by it all today. “This is probably the best gig I’ve ever sung at,” he said. It was just after 5am when he started going through is paces – Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, naturally, including the verses the fans did not know, and a clutch of other crowdpleasers including I Vow To Thee My Country and Jerusalem. But it was not long before he was drowned out by the cheers of the fans as one by one the team emerged from customs.” – Valentine Low and Danielle Gusmaroli, London Evening Standard