Elizabeth G. Hill is an accomplished soloist, chamber musician, orchestral pianist, and educator. Her notable concert appearances include performances for the Embassy Concert Series in Washington DC, the Center for Jewish History in New York, and the Robert-Schumann-Haus in Zwickau, Germany.
Elizabeth is the Principal Pianist with Baltimore-based chamber orchestra, Symphony Number One; a group devoted to performing substantial works by emerging composers. She is the co-founder of Meraki, a chamber ensemble devoted to awakening cultural compassion through music. Meraki was recently awarded a recipient of Chamber Music America’s 2018 Classical Commissioning Program for their collaboration with composer, Jerod Tate.
Elizabeth’s principal instructors of piano include Drs. Lise Keiter, Gabriel Dobner, and Ralitza Patcheva. After early musical studies in Anchorage, Alaska, Elizabeth studied Piano Performance at Mary Baldwin College and James Madison University. She earned the Doctorate in Musical Arts (DMA) in Chamber Music at The Catholic University of America.