Elizabeth Holmes is "a versatile singer who can seamlessly transition from Broadway belter to operatic soprano" (www.deartsinfo.com) and has been praised for her “clear ringing soprano voice”, excellent comic timing, and “warm and enlightening” performances (The News Journal of Wilmington, DE). She actively performs in musical theatre, operetta, and opera in Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Elizabeth holds an M.M. in vocal performance from West Virginia University, where she was featured in numerous WVU Opera Theatre and Choir productions. She also holds a B.A. in music and international studies from Emory University. Elizabeth has studied and performed internationally, both at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, where she was the recipient of the Lemmonds Scholarship, and at the Bel Canto program in conjunction with L’Arena di Verona opera company in Verona, Italy.
Elizabeth has been teaching voice since 2005 and has taught students of all ages, levels, and styles. As a graduate assistant at WVU, Elizabeth taught voice lessons to music education and performance majors as well as a course on vocal pedagogy. After graduating, she served as adjunct faculty, in which capacity she taught vocal repertoire and opera theater. She has served as voice and piano faculty for several music schools, and currently teaches voice and piano lessons in her home in Conshohocken, PA.
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