A virtuoso artist, Robert Kabara holds a number of awards from prestigious international violin competitions: the Henryk Wieniawski In Poznań (1986), the Zino Francescatti In Marseilles and the Australia Bicentennial In Adelaide.
His repertoire embraces the entire range of classics and avant-garde. He has performed W. A. Mozart’s conducted by Maxim Vengerov, Krzysztof Penderecki’s 1st and 2ndViolin Concertos under the baton of the composer himself. He is equally as happy to turn toward American music, performing Leonard Bernstein’s and George Gershwin’s works.
Robert Kabara extended his instrumental range to include the viola, debuting as a soloist with Schubert’s Arpeggione and, on the main concert platform, in Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra with Maxim Vengerov, taking the violin part. Lastly he has been performing Krzysztof Pederecki’s Viola Concerto, conducted by the Maestro himself, at Frankfurt’s Alte Oper and at the Moscow Conservatoire.