Elisabeth grew up in a musical family in Delaware County where she began singing and playing the flute at age 7. She was a principal flutist/piccoloist in both marching band and ensemble throughout her schooling. During high school and beyond, her musical focus transitioned to vocal and theater arts as she performed with the school Chorus, the auditioned Ensemble Choir, the “Encore Singers” show choir, and multiple musicals and plays.
In college, she continued her passion for vocal and theater arts with coursework in stage makeup, improvisation, and set design. For the past 15 years, she has built her career as an adult Learning professional, with a focus in Organizational Leadership and Development, and she has continued to pursue her musical interests by performing in local theatre and musical groups, holding both lead and ensemble roles. She currently resides in Chester Springs with her son where she is active in her church women’s auxiliary group, planning activities and teaching Sunday School classes.
She also performs with the Philly POPs Festival Chorus and enjoys bringing her knowledge of learning theories to the world of vocal instruction!