Robert Mouland is a rare musician - a combination of performer, historian and
storyteller who uses period instruments and clothing to educate and entertain
in a variety of settings with an unparalleled authenticity. He might be found in a
house museum playing airs on his harpsichord; he might be playing a Scottish reel
on his 250 year old fiddle, or explaining his baroque flute at a summer festival. He
is often sought out to accompany period dance groups performing melodies from
the English Country Dance tradition. Through his work in the historic area of
Philadelphia Robert has been fortunate to meet and perform for people from
around the globe. He has served as Master Of Ceremonies at corporate functions
and Celtic festivals, and his ability to engage is always a highight of his services.
Robert is available for concerts, lectures or a number of holiday programs.
"...the number of people who lingered to
ask you questions was a testimony to your
ability to intrigue as well as entertain..."
Valley Forge Historical Society
"Thank you for participating in the
opening of the National Constitution Center..
your demonstration of historical musical
instruments sincerely made this once in a lifetime
event a true success" - Mondo Event Strategies
At Mount Vernon, George Washington’s Virginia estate