Acclaimed by the New York Times for her “stylish, committed playing”, violinist Robin Zeh enjoys a career that reflects a diverse involvement in the contemporary musical life of New York City. A longtime member of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, she is also a member of the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra, where she has performed as Acting Concertmaster at the Metropolitan Opera House. She is an accomplished soloist of standard and contemporary concerto repertoire, appearing with several New York regional orchestras, and for ten years was first violinist with the American Modern Ensemble. Robin is equally at home in Broadway pits, most recently at An American in Paris, and serves as concertmaster of the annual Tony Awards broadcast. She is an alumna of Oberlin and Mannes and is one of the final pupils to study under renowned chamber musician Felix Galimir. She and her husband, violinist and fiddler Paul Woodiel, live in South Orange, NJ, and are co-founders of Montrose Music, a teaching studio, as well as producers of a series of house concerts in the elegant homes of the Montrose Historic District.