Robert Dixon is active as an organist and choral conductor on both sides of the Atlantic. A native of the UK, he has held positions at the City Church of Oxford (St Michael at the North Gate), Jesus College Cambridge, and Gloucester Cathedral; and he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists aged 19.
Robert has performed live on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Oxford and Switzerland’s Radio SRF 2 Kultur, and recorded three CDs with the Choirs of Jesus College Cambridge on the Signum label. A recipient of the Brain Runnett Prize for organ playing, Robert has performed widely in Europe and North America, and has given recitals during the Three Choirs Festival and the Buxton Opera Festival, as well as at venues such as Gloucester, Hereford, Truro and Worcester Cathedrals, and King’s and St John’s Colleges in Cambridge.
Having moved to Toronto in 2018, Robert combines his musical activities with a role in major gifts philanthropy at Ryerson University. He also sits on the finance and stewardship committees of St. James Anglican Cathedral, where he has served as organist, conductor and recitalist on several occasions.