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Markus Robam was born on 11 February, 1991 in Viljandi, Estonia. At 29 years old, Markus Robam height not available right now. We will update Markus Robam's height soon as possible.

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Age 29 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 11 February 1991
Birthday 11 February
Birthplace Viljandi, Estonia
Nationality Estonia

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Markus Robam Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Markus Robam worth at the age of 29 years old? Markus Robam’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Estonia. We have estimated Markus Robam's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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2019

In 2019 Markus Robam was nominated for best music design and original music by Estonian Theatre Union with original music productions "Loodusjõud" (Von Krahl Theater), "Üksi ja Esmeralda" (Theatrum), "Noored hinged" (NUKU Theater), "Südames sündinud" (Institute for Health Development) and "Elias maa pealt" (NUKU Theater).

2018

Robam released his second studio album "Monogram", which was a compilation of original music in 2018.

2017

In july 2017 Robam won the first prize in Tartu town hall competition for carillon songs with his composition "Raekoja tants".

2016

He was the author of sound and music design and wrote original music for the opening ceremony of Estonian National Museum in 2016.

2015

He studied audiovisual composition in the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and is a member of Estonian Composers Union since 2015.

2014

Robam composed original music for Gerda Kordemets play Pruutide kool, Tsepeliin,Skvottimine võhikutele, Karlsonson, Tõeajastu lõpp. He wrote original music for the 2014 Rakvere theatre production Must prints and A Cool Million: the Dismantling of Lemuel Pitkin and Väike prints by NUKU theatre. His music has been described as "minimal... sad and atmospheric ..."

2012

In 2012, Markus starred as Melchior Gabor in the Estonian original production of the musical Spring Awakening. He has co-starred as Markus Moorits in "Kutsar koputab kolm korda" by Elo Selirand in 2010 and as Ingmar in TV Series "Class: Life after".

In 2012, Robam wrote Angle to Angle a composition for video, piano and eight speakers. In 2015 Piece of Mind, a composition for clarinet quintet and video premiered in Cinema Sõprus, Tallinn.

2011

He was the lead singer and principal songwriter of the alternative pop band MID and participated in the Estonian Song Contest 2011 with their debut single "Smile". Robam has taken part in composing competitions in Austria and the United States. Robam has performed as a solo artist Tojj.

1991

Markus Robam (born 11 February 1991) is an Estonian composer and singer songwriter. He has released three studio albums "Astir", "Monogram" and "In Crowds". Robam has been featured on festivals "Fundamento", Tallinn Music Week, Estonian Music Days, festival Pulsar in Copenhagen, festival "Segnali" in Perugia and “Nuova Consonanza” Festival in Rome, Italy.