Zeh, Robin

Robin Zeh (born Clinton, NJ) is an American violinist. Acclaimed by the New York Times for her "stylish, committed playing," and as a performer "with flair," Robin Zeh enjoys a career as a versatile and dynamic artist that largely reflects contemporary musical life in New York City. Frequently in demand as a concerto soloist, she has appeared with the Bronx Symphony, Greenwich Village Orchestra, New York Repertory Orchestra, and South Shore Symphony. A member of the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra and the Orchestra of St. Luke's, Zeh is also a regular in Broadway pits, having played in the original Broadway productions of Elton John's Aida, Irving Berlin's White Christmas, and Ghost: The Musical.

Source: American Modern Ensemble

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