Elizabeth is the vocal coach for the Notre Dame Folk Choir. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, she has kept busy singing and teaching throughout the Midwest. The daughter of a trumpet player and pianist, she has enjoyed a life full of music.
Elizabeth holds degrees in vocal performance from Otterbein University and Northwestern University. As a soloist, she has appeared in roles with Union Avenue Opera, Chicago Folks Operetta, the St. Louis Symphony, Westerville Symphony and Westerville Concert Band. She has also been a part of the chorus at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Grant Park Music Festival Chorus and as a principal singer with the St. Louis Symphony Chorus.
Prior to moving to South Bend in 2011, she lived in St. Louis where she was a principal cantor at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, teaching cantor and voice classes through the Archdiocese of St. Louis. She is dedicated to helping singers of all levels find their voice and have a healthy singing voice for a lifetime.
Elizabeth is an adjunct voice faculty member at Saint Mary’s College and Indiana University South Bend. In her free time she enjoys traveling with her husband, exercising and trying new beers.