Robert Jürjendal is an innovative Estonian guitarist and composer. Apart from the guitar repertoire, he has written music for male and chamber choirs, harpsichord duo, string quartet and mixed ensembles. His composition style is influenced by minimal music, classical, progressive rock, electronic soundscapes, ambient jazz and old church music. He has written music for documentary and nature films, theatre productions and art exhibitions. He works currently as a freelance guitarist and composer. Robert has appeared on more than 55 records and performed on festivals in USA, UK, Germany, France, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia.
Over the last 30 years Robert has recorded /performed with different artists: Tõnis Mägi & 777, Weekend Guitar Trio, Fragile, Riho Sibul, Kärt Johanson, Suurõ Pilvõ, UMA, David Rothenberg, Petri Kuljuntausta, Markus Reuter, Madis Metsamart, Liis Viira, Andi Pupato, Iris Oja, Kaido Kirikmäe, Anti Jürjendal. Five Seasons, Jan Bang, Colin Edwin, Sandor Szabo, Jon Durant, Arve Henriksen, Ellerhein Girls Choir, K.O.O.R, Estonian State Male Choir, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir.
Since 2015 Robert Jürjendal is curating the performance project SOOLO at Tallinn Art Hall. In 2017 he was awarded the title of Musician of the Year by Estonian Public Broadcasting.