Beth Robin joined the Summit Chorale as principal pianist in 2012. She received her undergraduate training at Oberlin Conservatory and graduate degree from the Indiana University School of Music. For several years she was the principal accompanist for the Zamir Chorale of New York, with whom she recorded several premieres of Israeli and American Jewish choral music. She has performed at Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall (now David Geffen Hall), and Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Beth has been an active performer of chamber music, especially with the Hudson Piano Trio and Triptych (a flute, cello, and piano trio). As a chamber music pianist she has also toured Germany and performed in India. Her other recordings include music of the 20th and 21st centuries for saxophone and piano, recent compositions by Steve Cohen for soprano and piano, and a set of nineteenth-century Cuban and Puerto Rican danzas. She is on the faculty of Montclair State University Cali School of Music and is a member of the Riverside Chorus at the Riverside Church in New York.