Pianist Robin Freund-Epstein has performed solo and chamber music recitals throughout the United States and in Italy and has appeared as soloist with the Atlantic Chamber Orchestra, the Bay Atlantic Symphony at Cumberland College and the Stockton Performing Arts Center in New Jersey and as a member of the Olmstead Trio with the Brooklyn Heights Orchestra. She was also a founding member of the Riverside Piano Quartet. As winner of the Artist International Competition, Ms. Freund-Epstein made her debut at Weill Recital Hall/Carnegie Hall and has also performed in recital at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center, the Spanish Institute of New York, Steinway Hall, St. Paul’s Chapel in Manhattan, the Shandelee Music Festival, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace, Donnell Library Center, the Nicholas Roerich Museum, St. Peter’s Church at the Citicorp Center and in numerous recital series throughout New England. She has also been a frequent contributor to the American Landmark Festival Series and was featured piano soloist in a concert honoring the legendary singer, Richard Tauber. Born in Atlantic City, Ms. Freund-Epstein’s early studies were at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia under the guidance of Amelia Gigliotti and at the Tanglewood Summer Festival. She attended Oberlin College and the Manhattan School of Music where she earned both Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees while studying with Solomon Mikowsky and later coaching with Fiorella Canin. Ms. Freund-Epstein is a member of the Piano and Chamber Music Faculty at the Manhattan School of Music Preparatory Division.