Alison Beskin graduated magna cum laude with an A.B. in Music and a certificate in Musical Performance from Princeton University, after which she completed her Masters of Music (M.Mus.) at the Royal Academy of Music in London, graduating in one year with Distinction in Performance. 

Having studied music since the age of five and flute since the age of eight, Alison enjoys a varied career as a performer (and a lawyer). Located in Charleston, South Carolina, Alison has upcoming performances with the Charleston Symphony and Charleston Opera Theater in the 2022-2023 season. Alison previously lived in New York City, where she performed regularly with the Association of Classical Musicians and Artists (ACMA) and twice appeared with ACMA at Carnegie Hall, as well as presented two solo recitals at the National Opera Center. While a student, Alison's primary teachers included Candace Keach and Carl Hall (Atlanta), Kate Hill and Clare Southworth (London), and Vincent Lucas (Paris).

In addition to her activities as a performer, Alison maintains an active law practice, having received a scholarship to pursue her J.D. at the University of Virginia School of Law. Alison is an attorney with a New York-based law firm.