Beth has had the opportunity to perform and study with some of the top performers, pedagogues, and scholars in the country. She received her masters in performance from the University of North Texas, and her bachelors in performance and musicology from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. Performing extensively in orchestra, opera, musical theater, and chamber music, Beth has also had the opportunity to perform in masterclasses for Jennifer Ross, Elizabeth Adkins, Nathan Olson, James Lyon, and Joseph Conyers.
Her most influential teachers include Won-Bin Yim, Felix Olschofka, Nathan Olson, Gabriel Pegis, Deirdre Hutton, Evgeny Zvonnikov, and the Ariel String Quartet. She has participated in many summer music programs including a fellowship with the National Orchestral Institute and Festival, the Wintergreen Summer Music Academy, Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, St. Petersburg International Music Academy, and Indiana University’s String Program, as well as several through CCM, including CCM’s Spoleto, Accent12, and PAX. In addition to pursuing active performance career in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, Beth is also a registered Suzuki teacher and an avid pedagogue, teaching throughout the metroplex with the hopes that her students gain both artistic and character growth through their study of music.