Internationally recognized as one of the leading pedagogues in gospel and soul voice training, Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin specializes in vocal pedagogy and performance practices for contemporary commercial music styles (i.e. jazz, pop, gospel, R&B, country, rock, music theater, etc.). As the creator of Soul Ingredients®, a methodology for nurturing vocal freedom and authentic musical interpretation and expression, Dr. Robinson-Martin regularly travels nationally and internationally teaching voice, lecturing and giving workshops.
Ed.D, EdM, Teachers College-Columbia University in Music Education;
MM, Indiana University-Bloomington in Jazz Studies;
BA, San Jose State University in Improvised Music Studies;
“Rhythm, Runs, and Reasons: Tools for improvisation in gospel and soul music.” Workshop. University of Southern Queensland-Toowoomba, Australia, 2016
Key Speaker for New Zealand Association of Teachers of Singing-Professional Development Conference, New Plymouth, New Zealand, 2016
“Rhythm of the Runs: Improvisation in Gospel and R&B.” Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA, 2016
Key Speaker for National Association of Teachers of Singing Summer Workshops, UNC-Greensboro, NC 2015
Conciertos Solidarios en favor de Diaconia. With Coro Gospel De Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 2015
Donald Meade Legacy Foundation Concert. Jazz Showcase, Chicago, IL, 2015
“Music from the Sacred Concerts of Edward Kennedy Ellington” with Princeton University Concert Jazz Ensemble, directed by Dr. Anthony D.J. Branker; Princeton University Chapel Choir, directed by Penna Rose 2014
Standing in the Shadows of Motown Tour with Peabo Bryson, Leela James, and James Jamison Jr. 2013
Executive Director of African American Jazz Caucus, Inc.