Are you interested in Robert Selinger’s artistic work or would you like to work with him? Then please get in touch!


At the organ, harpsichord and other keyboard instruments

Robert regularly performs on keyboard instruments of every style and epoch. He has been heard on numerous historical organs at festivals and concert series such as the Melzower Sommerkonzerte, the Moments Musicaux à Notre Dame du Taur, Toulouse, the Concerts d’orgue Voiron, the Musikfest Bremen and others.
Robert takes particular pleasure in developing concert programs especially for a certain instrument. In doing so, he is happy to learn new pieces for a particular performance or premiere newly composed works.


Siderea Musica, Duo Duscher Selinger, Schwanenberg Duo

With his ensembles, Robert has performed in a wide variety of sometimes unusual settings. Educational programs, especially those of the Schwanenberg Duo, emphasize musical outreach and communication. Robert’s ensemble Siderea Musica is flexible in size and instrumentation according to its repertoire, which ranges from chamber music of the Renaissance and Bach cantatas all the way to large orchestral projects.

Musical Director

For staged productions or workshops

Drawing on his extensive pedagogical experience, Robert is highly qualified to coordinate and lead projects and courses. He combines the concrete work on a piece of music and the communication of practical performance skills with respectful collaboration and an openness for discussion. His contacts in the world of historical opera and theater are especially advantageous in the realization of baroque opera productions.

Répétiteur & Coach

Preparation of repertoire, stylistic coaching, work on ornamentation and rhetoric

Robert takes pride in his work as a performance practice coach for beginners, experienced historically informed musicians and everyone in between. Through mindful dialogue, he can impart foundational skills as well as special expertise, whether the goal is to refine a single piece or role or develop career prospects in the field of early music. His guiding belief in this work is that anyone who really wants to can become a specialist.