Beth Freemont began a life-long love of music with piano lessons at age 8 and violin lessons at age 9 with her mother. She added flute studies when she was 11 with a school band director. She was accompanist for junior high chorus students. Beth also sang in junior and senior high school choruses. She attended music camp in Laramie, Wyoming.
Beth Freemont joined the Reno Wind Symphony as a flutist in 2008. She began piano lessons at an early age and added violin, flute and piccolo. She is a long-time resident of Reno, Nevada. At the University of Nevada, she studied flute with Dr. Catharine Smith and piano with Dr. Ronald Williams. Beth studied with other area flutists, Suzanna Watling and Grace Langfeldt. Beth belonged to other groups in Northern Nevada, the Sierra Wind Ensemble and the Reno Municipal Band. She is employed at AT&T Nevada as an Engineering Administrator. She and her husband, Curtis Freemont, also a musician share their home with two cats, Otto and Patches.