- For the American politician, see Robert H. Brink. For the Dutch presenter and actor, see Robert ten Brink.
He has performed with the harpsichordist Daniel Pinkham and has given the premieres of works by Walter Piston, Henry Cowell, Alan Hovhaness, and Daniel Pinkham. Pinkham composed his 1958 violin concerto for Brink.
He has performed in the United States, Canada, and Europe, and has played under the conductors Sergei Koussevitzky, Aaron Copland, and Darius Milhaud. With Daniel Pinkham, Brink co-founded the Cambridge Festival Orchestra in the mid-1950s, serving as that orchestra's concertmaster. In 1951 and 1952, Brink and Pinkham performed at Brown University and Wellesley college under the auspices of the Peabody Mason Concerts. Brink founded the Boston Classical Orchestra and served as its concertmaster until 1995. He founded and conducts the Orchestra for the Art of Music (OAM), which performs music from the Classical period.
He has lived for many years in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts.
- Alfred Victor Frankenstein; Sigmund Gottfried Spaeth; John Townsend Hinton Mize (1951). The International who is who in Music. Who is Who in Music, Incorporated. p. 85.
- New England Conservatory faculty
- The Evening Bulletin, 7-Nov-1951, Ruth Tripp, "Daniel Pinkham, Robert Brink offer first in Corelli series", Providence
- The Townsman, 24-Jan-1952, "College Corelli concerts notable", Wellesley
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