Robert was born in Kiev Anchipolovsky 1974. His father - a jazz saxophonist, and his grandfather - Professor of Music Academy in Kiev, under their leadership, Robert started to learn classical clarinet at the age of nine. However, after graduating from College of Music in Kiev, he preferred the music of Charlie Parker and John Coltrane, which is always lyudil became heavily engaged on alto saxophone and continued his studies at the Academy of Jazz in Kiev. In 1991 Anchipolovsky emigrated to Israel.
The next four years he honed his performance skills in New York, his teacher was the great jazz saxophonist, winner of four awards "Grammy" Phil Woods! "Robert - one of the most talented young alto saxophone, which I have ever heard" - said Woods of his student.
Anchipolovsky returned to Israel, has created several jazz ensembles, and began to tour the world. "His future looks promising!" - Says Robert legendary trombonist Curtis Fuller, and it's hard to disagree. Robert has an enviable track record: performances with Phil Woods, Randy Brecker, Mulgrew Miller, Deborah Brown, Steve Turro, participation in a major international festivals - Wichita Jazz Festival, Paris International Jazz Festival, Red Sea Jazz Festival, Umbria Winter Jazz Festival, Festival Of Israel, as well as work on the popular international television show "7.40".