Forest Dreams EP now available on iTunes and Spotify
Elizabeth is a musician based in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges. She is a Music Teacher, Piano Teacher and Accompanist, and has been performing on the Lever/Celtic Harp since 2016.
Her debut EP "Forest Dreams" was released March 31, 2021.
Elizabeth is a keen composer of music for both Piano and Celtic Harp. She is a full member of the Melbourne Composer's League.
Elizabeth is also an experienced chorister, having sung with community choirs since the age of 16. She is currently a singing member of Singularity Choir, as well as being a member of the committee, a regular accompanist and sometime rehearsal director. She is qualified with a Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Education.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Music in Classical Piano Performance. She regularly accompanies instrumentalists, vocalists and choirs.
During the COVID-19 pandemic Elizabeth ran Zoom choir rehearsals for Singularity Choir from the Piano in her lounge room.
Recent Piano work includes the 2019 performance of Orff's Carmina Burana with the Casey Philharmonic Orchestra.
Repetiteur for the Maroondah Symphony Orchestra's 2019 performance of Verdi's Requiem with accomplished vocalists including Eddie Muliaumaseali'i.
Singularity Choir performances and rehearsals, including working with soloists Lucas De Jong and Lynne Davine.
Elizabeth has been teaching Piano since 2003. She is experienced in guiding students from beginner to advanced, working towards performances, examinations and auditions. She is currently only teaching sessionally, but will be returning to teaching at her home studio in the future.
Elizabeth has been playing the Lever Harp, aka Celtic Harp, since 2016. In this short amount of time she has performed at numerous festivals and venues in Victoria. Including:
2019 Beechworth Celtic Festival
2019 PAVE Festival
2019 The Basin Music Festival
Her original composition for Celtic Harp "Forest Dreams" was selected to be professionally recorded as part of the Phoenix Ensemble Project.
During lockdown 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic Elizabeth performed regularly on the Celtic Harp on the A Guide to Cardinia Facebook page and for numerous online festivals such as the Virtual Highland Games.
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