Robin Zeh, violin, maintains an active and diverse schedule as a performing artist in the New York City area and abroad. Frequently in demand as concerto soloist, she has appeared with the Bronx Symphony, Centre Symphony, Greenwich Village Orchestra, Hunterdon Symphony, and South Shore Symphony as well as with the Jose Limon Dance Company and New Jersey Ballet. A recently appointed member of the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra, Robin also performs regularly with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s both in Carnegie Hall as well as at Caramoor. As chamber musician she is widely involved in the classic as well as contemporary literature and has performed premiers of works by Dick Hyman and Susan Kander as a member of the Kinor Quartet, with Music From Japan at Merkin Hall, Perspectives Ensemble, Sequitur, American Modern Ensemble, and Bargemusic. Ms. Zeh was one of the last students to work with renowned teacher and chamber musician Felix Galimir at Mannes, where she was also winner of the Concerto Competition. She has been broadcast on the McGraw-Hill “Young Artists’ Showcase” on WQXR and is a three-time recipient of an Arthur Foundation Grant. Robin has recorded for Naxos, Harbinger, Centaur, and Buena Vista Records.