Robin Nahum

I have had a passion for live audio since the mid-80s when I became the sound engineer for the Monaro Folk Society in Canberra. I did the sound at bush dances and concerts as well as at the annual Numeralla Folk Festival for many years.


Since moving to Sydney in 1996, I have done sound engineering at a number of venues including Eastside Arts at the Paddington Uniting Church, and Camelot. My clients have included Lior, Tükrös Zenekar (Hungary), and The Transylvaniacs.

I have provided audio services for a number of benefit concerts including:

  • Kim Sanders Memorial Concert (February 2014)
  • Asylum Seeker Concert (June 2014)
  • Nepal Earthquake Benefit (May 2015)

I am currently the senior sound engineer at the Emanuel Synagogue in Woollahra where you can find me on Friday nights mixing for Shabbat Live.

I enjoy attending music festivals in Australia and overseas and have helped with the setup at the Blue Mountains Folk Festival.

I am semi-retired from my day job as an IT project manager and systems analyst but still do contract work.