Elizabeth graduated from the Royal College of Music in June 2007 with a first class honours degree, studying Saxophone and Voice, and supported by the Jane Melber award. As a saxophonist she competed in the televised Woodwind Final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year 2004. Elizabeth performs and records with UK choirs including Ex Cathedra, Polyphony, Philharmonia Voices and Howard Goodall’s group Enchanted Voices. She sings at the chapel of St Peter ad Vincula at the Tower of London.
Elizabeth has been a soprano soloist with choirs including the Somerset Singers, Dartington Community Choir, Exmouth Choral Society, Exeter Choral Society and Exeter Bach Choir, performing works including Haydn The Creation and The Nelson Mass, Handel Messiah, Mozart Requiem, Rossini Stabat Mater and Bach B Minor Mass, St John Passion and Christmas Oratorio. In July 2008 she performed the role of Micaela in a semi-staged production of Carmen with the opera company 'Bacchanale', and the role of Belinda in Dido and Aeneus in the Musique Cordiale festival, Nice.
Elizabeth frequently organizes solo recitals, and has performed in Buckingham Palace. She works as a vocal tutor for Ex Cathedra’s education programme and teaches singing and saxophone at the Lady Eleanor Holles School in London. In summer 2010 she performed the role of Pamina in Bacchanale’s performance of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. She has appeared twice as soloist with the Kantanti Ensemble; in Lotti Requiem (January 2011) and Bach St John Passion (April 2011).