Praised for her affecting voice, striking presence, and committed performances, Elizabeth Smith is a soprano based in New York City. Accomplished in concert and choral work, Elizabeth has appeared as soloist in Luigi Nono's "Intolleranza", Song of Norway, Yotam Haber’s I Am, and David Lang’s Battle Hymns. She enjoys collaborating with emerging composers, and recently premiered Matthew Brown's "The Beautiful America" with The Astoria Choir, as well as appearing as a featured soloist on the New York Virtuoso Singers recording of music by Katherine Hoover.
In 2016, Elizabeth Smith and Caroline Miller co-founded The Pleiades Project, a non-profit production company dedicated to creating new performance opportunities for female artists who wish to express the strength, unique vision, and individuality of their art. These include short films of opera scenes, artist spotlights, and live events. Their first short film Così, is currently available on their website, and the second short film Ophélie is currently in post-production. When she's not making music, Elizabeth enjoys working as a photographer, videographer, and teacher. A social media enthusiast, she enjoys making friends on the internet, so please say hello.