ROBIN COTTON-COBB

VOCAL COACH / INSTRUCTOR

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Most recently Ms. Cobb performed the vocally and dramatically demanding role of Diana Goodman in the pop/rock musical Next to Normal. Operatic role highlights include Fiordiligi and Despina, Cosi Fan Tutte, Cleopatra Julius Ceaser, Angelica Suor Angelica, Micaela Carmen, Nedda Pagliacci, Gretel Hansel und Gretel, First Lady The Magic Flute, Female Chorus The Rape of Lucretia, MadelineThe Face on the Barroom Floor and Orthlinde in Die Walkure. She has has performed as soprano soloist with the Colorado Symphony in Bernstein’s Mass and Handel’s Messiah.

Her Additional musical theater credits include: Desiree in A Little Night Music and Marion in The Music Man in Austin, Texas; and a series of musical theater evenings performed with the Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra featuring songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Jerome Kern and Harold Arlen.

"If anyone is looking for a private voice teacher I would highly recommend you study with her, especially if you are looking for a teacher that will teach the whole voice and specializes in crossover work - from musical theatre to classical." -Former Student


Robin is based in Norman, OK and is a Visiting Professor of Voice at The University of Oklahoma.
She holds a B.A. and M.M. in Vocal Pedagogy from the University of Texas at Austin.
Ms. Cobb has been a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing for the past 15 years, serving as Co-Vice President of Auditions for the Houston chapter from 2002 - 2004 and College Vocal Music Fair Representative from 2006 -2008 and 2011 -2013.​

Robin's student Katie Rose Clarke just completed the longest run of Glinda in Wicked surpassing Kristen Chenoweth’s original run of the role.
Many other students have been featured in Broadway and off Broadway shows; and in current National and International Tours. Her Sam Houston State University graduated college students performing professionally are: Katie Rose Clarke, Nkrumah Gatling, Margaret (Ana) Hoffman, Craig Foster, Adam Gibbs, Michael McClure, Christina Stroup and many more. More can be found on the Student Success tab.