Beth Armstrong teaches piano at Roger Williams University and maintains a private voice and piano studio in her Bristol home. She is the director of the Greater Tiverton Community Chorus, Voices of Hope, and the Summer Chorus of Westport, in addition to the Chorus of East Providence.
Previously, she chaired the choral department at the Music School of the Rhode Island Philharmonic, and coordinated both the Junior Providence Singers and the JPS Treble Chorus there. Before moving to Rhode Island, Beth sang in the Concord Chorale, occasionally appearing as a soloist, and founded and sang in femme m’amie, a seven woman a cappella group. She directed the Suncook Valley Chorale in Concord, New Hampshire, and taught public school music for 12 years.
A graduate of Tufts University, she pursued a master's degree in Music Education at the University of New Hampshire. Along with her husband, Stewart, she sang in the Providence Singers for five years.