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Elizabeth is reprising her popular Queen of the Night in a production of The Magic Flute with Manhattan's Prelude Opera this October, under the direction of Bronx Opera's Ben Spierman. In this modern adaptation, she also sings the role of First Lady. Previously with Bronx Opera, Elizabeth debuted the role of Sophie in a scene from a new opera based on The Count of Monte Cristo, slated to premiere in full in 2024.

Elizabeth celebrated her solo debut at Lincoln Center in May 2019, singing Mascagni’s Easter Hymn with the University Glee Club at Alice Tully Hall. She also performed the role of Fiordiligi in a winter production of Mozart's beloved Così fan tutte with Amore Opera at New York City's Riverside Theatre. In April, Elizabeth was featured in a grand gala "Voices of Spring" with the Washington Opera Society. She recently performed in two orchestra concerts with Gateway Classical Music Society in New York and Connecticut, and received raves for her thrilling rendition of the Queen of the Night's famous vengeance aria.

A turn as the titular character in Flotow's Martha with New York City's Utopia Opera in 2017 earned Elizabeth praise for her "winning" performance, with "attractive trills" and "impressive leaps about the scale."

Frequently featured with Washington Opera Society, Elizabeth took the stage in a 2017 "Christmas in Slovenia" concert at the Embassy of Slovenia. Previous appearances in Washington, D.C. include Clorinda in La Cenerentola at The Embassy of France, Marie in a concert of La Fille du Régiment at the Embassy of Indonesia, a gala at the U.S. Embassy of the Republic of Poland, Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflöte at the Colombian Embassy, and a triumphant Washington debut as Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the O.A.S. Hall of the Americas with Opera Camerata, led by Metropolitan Opera conductor Gregory Buchalter.

Elizabeth reprised her acclaimed Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia at a special holiday opera concert in historic Van Vleck House with Opera Theatre of Montclair in 2016, after a successful company debut in the role of Konstanze in Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail.

Other recent projects include vocal jazz collaboration with long time pianist/arranger for Rosemary Clooney, John Oddo; as well as a 2016 recording project with pop sensation Gotye, for a retrospective on electronic music legend Jean-Jacques Perrey.

Elizabeth has sung Queen of the Night with the Light Opera of New Jersey, Regina Opera, Amore Opera, One World Symphony, New York Lyric Opera, and Intermezzo Opera with the Charlemagne Orchestra in Belgium. She has also sung principal roles in several U.S. premieres, including Susanna in Mercadante’s I due Figaro, Isabella in Donizetti’s Olivo e Pasquale, and Queen of the Night in Peter von Winter's long lost sequel to The Magic Flute, Das Labyrinth.

In spring 2013, Elizabeth performed the national anthem at a star-studded groundbreaking ceremony for a new national tennis center in New York City’s Crotona Park. Other concert highlights include soprano soloist in Faure’s Requiem in central Illinois, a summer musicale with New Jersey’s Pacific Encore Performances, and an opera dinner concert series in collaboration with TasteMunich in Germany.

Invited on occasion to perform popular standards and showtunes at Bemelman’s Bar in New York’s famed Carlyle Hotel with the esteemed late Chris Gillespie, Elizabeth has been a life-long lover of the Great American Songbook, having performed since early childhood in American musicals before discovering opera. Elizabeth holds performance degrees in both piano and voice, with highest honors. She lives in New York and studies voice with Gerald Martin Moore.

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