Elizabeth has been performing a wide range of vocal styles in a variety of settings around the twin cities for several years. She likes to accompany herself on the celtic harp and can perform a variety of styles ranging from folk, to pop, to classical. She is a member of the award winning vocal group, The Rose Ensemble. In Spring 2015 she composed harp and vocal music for Theatre Forever's, "The Nature Crown" which performed at the Guthrie Dowling Studio. She also is a founder of the women's ensemble "Artemis" which has performed at The Guthrie, Bedlam Lowertown, Northern Spark, Northern Voice Festival, and the Cedar Cultural Center. She would love to sing at your next event!
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Elizabeth is a classical singer, artist, director, actor, puppeteer, and all around performer in the Twin Cities. She is a current member of the award winning Rose Ensemble and is frequently performing with them during their (phone number hidden) season.
She also has a passion for working with artists with disabilities. She is a frequent substitute teacher at "Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts" and has appeared in their most recent theatrical productions, "Edgar Allen Poe's Nutcracker" and "Plotholes; a Fool's Foibles" as a singer/actress/dancer.
She has spent the past summers performing theater in community gardens, backyards, and other places where people gather. She performed in the Picnic Operetta as the role of Morgana in "Escape from Alcina's Island" and the impish, Philidel, in Purcell’s "King Arthur" with theatre company, Mixed Precipitation. She also performed in Open Eye Theatre’s Driveway Tour which performs over one-hundred public puppet shows every summer.
Elizabeth founded the treble choral ensemble "Artemis" who have performed at The Cedar Cultural Center, Bedlam Lowertown, The Guthrie Theater, The Baroque Room, and Northern Voice Festival.
In spring of 2014, Elizabeth directed a baroque shadow-puppet concert entitled This Side of the Blue as a part of Open Eye Figure Theatre’s Platform Series which has supported many young and upcoming artists! This Side of the Blue featured 7 instrumentalists, 5 singers, 6 puppeteers, and went on to be performed at other venues in the Twin Cities. Elizabeth considers Open Eye Theatre to be her nest of creativity and is very grateful for all the opportunities and inspiration she has been given there. She has also sung in Michael Sommer’s productions of Walpurgisnacht and sang Ligeti’s Nonsense Madrigals for Open Eye’s production, A-hole.
Elizabeth values herself on being a highly collaborative artist. She will be collaborating on music and performing in Theatre Forever’s production of The Nature Crown in Spring 2015. She collaborated and performed in, Raise Your Voice, a recital to raise awareness to issues of violence against women for Laura Hynes Smith’s doctoral thesis performance at the Univeristy of Minnesota. She also performed in collaboration for From Space to Place at Rarig Gallery in which she performed the piece, Jewface, by composition student, Joey Crane.
Elizabeth was raised singing an array of diverse choral music at The Church of St. Michael in Stillwater. She was also the soprano section leader and Cantor at the St. Paul Cathedral in St. Paul, Minnesota from (phone number hidden). She received her undergraduate degree under the guidance of Adriana Zabala. She has since directed Opera Workshop scenes at the University of Minnesota.
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