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Ms. Elizabeth Biography

Elizabeth is a pianist, collaborative artist and educator. Born in Texas, Elizabeth received her
Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at Baylor University and Master of Music in Piano Performance from University of North Carolina-Greensboro. For over a decade, Elizabeth has maintained a private studio of 40 students, who consistently receive highest honors at state and local competitions and festivals and have entered performing arts high schools. Elizabeth was formerly Chair of the Piano Department and Associate Master Teacher at The Music Academy of North Carolina, where she joined the piano faculty in 2014. Elizabeth is also a Musikgarten-certified early childhood music instructor and has taught infant and toddler music classes and group keyboard classes in multiple private studios and classrooms.


Elizabeth performs frequently with a diverse range of instrumentalists and soloists, chamber music groups, choirs, and choral festivals. She has performed in in the Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria, Chamber Musaic benefit concerts in North Carolina, the Liszt Bicentennial Keyboard Concert at Baylor University, with the Texas All-State Choir Camp, multiple North Carolina All-County Choral Festivals, Danville Symphony, and Fayetteville Symphony, as well as at North Carolina School of the Arts, Wake Forest University, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, and Baylor University.


Elizabeth received the Mary Elizabeth Brown Teaching Excellence Award in 2017, as well as a Steinway Top Music Educator Award in 2020, 2021, and 2022. She is a member of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) and served as Vice-President of the Greensboro Music Teachers Association.

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