elizabeth is a composer based in Sydney.
elizabeth's work is deeply rooted in collaboration, curiosity and creativity.
elizabeth has worked with a variety of musicians/ensembles. collaborators include: Ensemble Offspring, Kaldor Public Arts Projects, Sydney Youth Orchestras and Yong Siew Toh Conservatory (@Pacific Alliance of Music Schools Festival 2016). other highlights include performances of her work at the inaugural Extended Play Festival/City Recital Hall (2018), album 'PhotoPlay' (soundtracks for 20th century avant-garde silent films) in collaboration with violinist Jane Aubourg (2017), 1st Prize in the inaugural Unbound Flute Festival Composition Competition (tertiary category, 2016), 1st prize in the Centenary of Canberra Composition Competition (2013) and performances by Vox Novus, stereo/mono, COMA New Music Ensemble, elizabeth's music is often performed/explored by ‘the music box project’ - a curious collective she is the founder of. additionally, elizabeth has composed and improvised solo piano soundtracks for over 20 silent films as part of Australia's Silent Film Festival.
current projects include: 'project: anonymous' w/ the music box project (anthology of anonymous text scores for performance in September 2018), low flutes trio (for performance in 2019), new community/participatory project (2019) and an online space for experiments in sound (ongoing).
elizabeth is passionate about teaching composition - considering new and collaborative ways to explore and create music. elizabeth has presented creative composition workshops for teachers as part of Sydney Symphony's "TunED UP!" and "ToppED Up!", tutors composition at a variety of high schools in Sydney and currently is a casual lecturer at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. check out a dedicated HSC Music Composition Space or find out more information about private lessons and school workshops.
elizabeth studied composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music as a recipient of the Ted and Susan Meller scholarship (2013-2016) and Ignaz Friedman Memorial Prize (2014), studying with Damien Ricketson and Damian Barbeler.
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