Elizabeth Winship was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and has studied music since she was a child. After first learning to read music with the help of some violin lessons, she later moved onto voice and began to study solo singing at 15. Elizabeth had her first operatic performance at age 17 as a chorus member with Eugene opera and continued to study classical singing at Portland State University, where she performed with her peers in five operas and several scenes. She also traveled to Italy with the Portland State Chamber Choir for the Seghizzi competition, where the ensemble won the Grand Prix. She graduated with her BM in Vocal Performance in the spring of 2014 and continues to perform and teach in the Portland area.
Crazy Jane Prevails, 2015
Hokku on a Modern Theme for Mezzo-Soprano