Robin Červinek was born in Kyjov, where he also started singing at the Basic Arts School. He attended private lessons with David Szendiuch, a soloist of the National Theatre in Olomouc. In 2021, he completed his master’s degree at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno in Zdeněk Šmukař’s class. He has also been a student at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna since 2020, where he studies with Prof. Margit Klaushofer. During his studies, he has participated in several international performance courses with international artists and teachers such as Adam Plachetka, Kateřina Kněžíková, Thomas Steinhöfel, Singfried Goritz, Irena Sylya and Amelia Felle.
He has performed the following roles in the chamber opera at the Orlí Theatre in Brno: The King in Orff’s opera Die Kluge, The Poet in the contemporary opera Unknown by Daniel Šimek, The Count in Il Matrimonio Segreto by Domenico Cimarosa and The Count in Mozart’s opera The Marriage of Figaro. At the Schönbrunn Palace Theatre in Vienna he performed the role of Harlequin in Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos.
He has also taken part in several international competitions. In 2018 he was the overall winner of the Prague Singer competition. He won 2nd prize at the Antonín Dvořák International Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary, where he also won numerous special prizes, such as the Jan Lucemburský Prize, the Beno Blachut Prize, the Vilém Zítek Prize and the Milan Bürger Prize. His other competition successes include 2nd place at the Dusek Performance Competition. In May 2019, he won 2nd prize at the Iuventus Canti competition. In 2021, he won 2nd prize at the Iuventus Canti competition and was a laureate of the Mikulas Schneider-Trnavsky International Competition. In November 2021 he was the winner of the Bohuslav Martinů Foundation Competition, where he also won three special prizes. Since the 2021/2022 season he has been a member of the opera studio of the Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava. He also makes guest appearances at the National Theatre in Brno and the National Theatre in Ostrava.