Randall Robinson

Randal says solemnly, "God plans my life and my singing", and adds that he wants to sing for as long as God gives him life. Having joined the Lydian community in 1987, his strong baritone voice has enhanced the group's efforts in solo, ensemble and choral work. As a member of the Lydians he has toured Panama, Barbados, Grenada and St. Vincent. Assistant Director of the 'Spice Isle Youth Quake' group of his native isle of Grenada, he has toured England, Scotland and Ireland.

His strongest musical influences have been Ms. Lauren Ramdhammy of Grenada, Mr. Clarence Simmonds, organist at Tranquillity Methodist Church where he also sang, and of course Pat Bishop. Ms Bishop coached him to sing the part of Dr. Dulcamara, the confidence trickster in 'L'Elisir d'Amore', and that performance is his most treasured musical experience. However, Randal found his role as Koanga, in the opera of the same name, his most challenging to date.