Britten Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings
Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, October 2014

Classical Voice of North Carolina (William Thomas Walker)

"Raleigh native Benjamin Robinson has the perfect tone and timbre for this music. His care for clear diction was outstanding, as was his evoking the emotions within the poems. The New York City resident has been racking up an impressive resume. We look forward to any return engagements in the area."

A Little Night Music (Henrik)
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, July 2013

Pittsburgh City Paper (Ted Hoover)

“Benjamin Robinson is the most fully realized and perfectly sung Henrik I've ever seen."

The Turing Project (Christopher Morcom)
American Lyric Theater, May 2013

Operapulse (Evan McCormack)

“Benjamin Robinson as Turing’s young lover and confidant named Christopher Morcom has a sweet and lyrical tenor and was able to play Morcom with intimacy and preciseness."

Tosca (Spoletta)
Anchorage Opera, January 2013

Anchorage Daily News (Mike Dunham)

“Benjamin Robinson was a standout as the henchman, Spoletta."

The Wandering Scholar (Pierre)
Little Opera Theatre of New York, May 2012

Voce di Meche Blog

“Tenor Benjamin Robinson was delightfully convincing as the starving scholar who connives his way into the farmer's kitchen and interrupts the sexual dalliance."

Powder Her Face (The Electrician)
Opera Vista, November 2011

Arts and Culture Houston (Chris Johnson)

"With his velvet tenor and boyish good looks, Benjamin Robinson was the perfect compliment to (Cassandra) Black. Like his cast mates Kelly Waguespack and Kyle Albertson, he moved effortlessly through multiple roles throughout the evening including The Waiter, who, in the notorious scene described above, was the recipient of the “friendly welcome" for which the Duchess became known not only at the hotel were she lived for the 28 years following her divorce, but also throughout London’s high society of the mid-1960s."

Houston Culture Map (Theodore Bale)

"The opera begins with odd vocal lines of laughter from The Maid (sung brilliantly by Kelly Waguespack) and The Electrician (sung by the gifted Benjamin Robinson) blended into an ironic tango...If you want to witness great singing and acting, if you want to hear the epitome of the post-modern aesthetic in very late 20th century opera, this performance is for you. Opera Vista offers its second and final performance tonight. It’s an experience you will never forget."

The Pirates of Penzance (Frederic)
Lyric Opera San Diego, March-April 2010 (Bill Eadie)

“Mr. Robinson and Ms. Weston make a handsome couple, and Mr. Robinson displayed a lyric tenor that easily soared to the heights demanded by the score."

San Diego Uptown News (Jeff Britton)

“Amid the high camp and silly shenanigans there is some lovely vocal work, notably between Benjamin Robinson as Frederic and Megan Weston as Mabel."

San Diego News Network (Pat Launer)

“Then, when Frederic (charming lyric tenor Benjamin Robinson) wanders off on his own, has his first encounter with young ladies and falls in love with the aforementioned Mabel…"

Iolanta (Almeric)
Kentucky Opera, March 2009

Louisville Courier-Journal (Andrew Adler)

“In smaller roles, bass Conor Angell and particularly tenor Benjamin Robinson (Kentucky Opera Studio Artists) impressed with their emphatic characterizations."