Elizabeth graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 1998
Since then she has performed and recorded extensively with many of the country’s leading ensembles including The Sixteen, Kings Consort, English Concert, Gabrieli Consort and Magnificat
In 2000 she joined the BBC Singers with whom she regularly appears as a soloist, on performances including James MacMillan’s Seven Last Words on the Cross in Lisbon and Ireland, as well as Finzi’s In Terra Pax with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Handel’s Dixit Dominus with St James’ Baroque and Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music and Mozart’s C Minor Mass with the BBC Concert Orchestra.
She regularly performs as an oratorio soloist around the country as well as abroad.
She made her Proms debut and appeared at the Salzburg Festival as the Herd girl in Greig’s Peer Gynt with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, and recordings include Scarlatti’s Stabat Mater and Handel Chandos Anthems 6 and 11 as well as the role of an Angel in Robert Saxton’s opera The Wandering Jew.
Elizabeth is passionate about contemporary music, performing solo roles in Harrison Birtwistle’s Neruda Madrigals with The London Sinfonietta at the Aldeburgh Festival and Peter Maxwell Davies's Westerlings at the Proms and Orkney Festivals as well as the soloist on the Bafta winning documentary The Gulag.
She has been involved in a wide range of outreach and education programmes for the BBC over a number of years which has included voice coaching and mentoring young singers. Along with her private teaching, she joined the staff at Junior Academy in 2018.