Associate Professor of Music
Teaches in the following areas:Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, Men's Chorus, Secondary Choral Methods, Studio Voice, Choral Literature, Choral Conducting
Academic Background:BA, Albertsons College of Idaho
MM, University of Oregon
PhD, University of Utah
Dr. Robin A. Lind is an Assistant Professor and the Director of Choral Activities at Westminster College, where she conducts the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, and Men's Chorus, and teaches private voice. She coordinates the Choral Music Education program, teaches Secondary Choral Methods, Choral Conducting and supervises student teachers.
Prior to coming to Westminster, Dr. Lind taught at Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado. While in Colorado she guest conducted and adjudicated at choral and solo/ensemble festivals throughout the state. Since coming to Pennsylvania, she has conducted the District 5 Choral Festival, the High School Honor Choir for the Diocese of Pittsburgh Secondary Schools, and the Region II Chorus. Choirs under Dr. Lind's direction have toured Great Britain, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Austria, and Italy. The 2003 Italy Tour Choir included performances at the Basilicas of San Marcos in Venice, St. Francis in Assisi, and St. Peter's in Rome.
Dr. Lind received her Ph.D. in Music Education from the University of Utah, her Masters in Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Oregon, and her BA in Music Education from Albertsons College of Idaho. For her dissertation, Dr. Lind developed a sight singing/theory program utilizing two-part species counterpoint to be used to teach music literacy at the high school level.
Dr. Lind is an avid golfer and enjoys exploring the back roads of Pennsylvania. She lives in New Castle with her husband, Ralph Peters, and their dog and cat, Susie and Rose.
Dr. Lind joined the faculty of Westminster College in 2000.