罗伯特•薛波斯奥利 ( ROBERT SIOPS-ORI) 是澳大利亚藉匈牙利的钢琴家。现任澳洲音乐学院钢琴总监, 澳大利亚考试局高级钢琴考试官, 澳洲墨尔本大学音乐系资深钢琴伴奏师，澳门理工大学副教授，以及担任多项国；际赛事评判. 罗伯特薛•波斯奥利 一级荣誉毕业于澳洲墨尔本大学音乐系和匈牙利布达佩斯李斯特音乐学院。在受读博士学位时期，师承认多位教授； 包括国际著名钢琴家 Geoffrey Tozer 首位外藉钢琴家在中国弹奏黄河协奏曲，Prof. Ian Holtham 伊仁豪教授，Prof. Nemethy 南咪尔教授，Prof. Alan Fraser 阿兰•弗雷泽和 Prof. Elizabeth Mitchell 伊莉萨白•米切尔。
罗伯特薛•波斯奥利曾获得无数奖项, 包括获得匈牙利政治府授颁为 Szent LaszloTarsasag 森特•拉斯洛 资深成员, 更授予有 400多年历史的银十字勋章 ( Order or Vitez) 表扬他对匈牙利音乐文化的贡献, 此外因优异的成绩更获得由澳大利亚联邦政府颁发奖学金. 2010年其首本音乐著作“巴尔托克 – 十大轻松小品” ( Bela Bartok – A Performer’s Guide to the Ten Easy Pieces and Allegro Barbaro ) 在德国科隆出版，现已应用于全球大学而且更得到广泛的好评。此外, 罗伯特也是一个热衷于当代音乐的倡导者。多年前已被箸名作曲家Andrian Pertout邀请为其作品弹奏并录制成CD。
Robert Sipos-Ori is an Australian pianist of Hungarian parentage. He is an Exchange Scholar with Associate Professor ranking at the Escola Superior de Artes, Instituto Politecnico de Macau, Staff Accompanist at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (The University of Melbourne), and an examiner in piano with the Australian Music Examinations Board.
Robert Sipos-Ori’s formal studies were completed at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne, under the tutelage of Prof. Ian Holtham with whom he studied for more than 10 years. He was also a student of Prof. Attila Nemethy (Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest), Alan Fraser and Elizabeth Mitchell. He also had a period of study with Geoffrey Tozer, under a special arrangement financed by the University of Melbourne.
Robert Sipos-Ori has been the recipient of numerous awards, including three scholarships awarded by the Federal Government of Australia. He was also awarded membership to the Szent Laszlo Tarsasag, Budapest, Hungary and awarded the Silver Cross Medal by the Order of Vitez (Budapest, Hungary) for his contributions to Hungarian musical culture. Robert Sipos-Ori’s book “Bela Bartok – A Performer’s Guide to the Ten Easy Pieces and Allegro Barbaro, published in Koln (Germany), has been received with wide critical acclaim.
Robert Sipos-Ori is also a keen advocate of contemporary music. He has given world premiers of piano works by the Australian-Chilean composer Andrian Pertout, and has featured on his critically acclaimed CD, Navigating the Labyrinth.(Visited 53 times, 1 visits today)