Elizabeth Osborne is no stranger to the stage. Performances such as Susanna in Sull'Aria of Le Nozze di Figaro and Vilja Lied of the Die Lustige Witwe during opera scene studies have greatly contributed to her understanding of the art, in addition to solo work. A student of both Interlochen Summer Camp (21) and Brevard Summer Institute (22), Elizabeth has studied with world class vocalists and instructors. She currently studies with Lori Guilbeau-Nolan and strives to excel in every aspect of vocal performance. Her passion for music was found early, as she studied the Suzuki Method of the violin at the age of 4. She began to excel in school choir and celebrated her honors choir streak. Elizabeth began her French horn studies in middle school, and later, she began to focus on her piano skills. During a trip to New York City during her freshman year of high school, she saw Die Zauberflote at the Metropolitan Opera and decided she would be up there one day. She was amazed at the ability of a singer to move others without any artificial amplification. Since then, she has studied vocal arts full throttle. She prides herself in her ability to sustain a warm tone throughout her range, and she hopes to build her repertoire to reflect the color of her unique voice. Elizabeth enjoys developing her knowledge of music theory, performing, and spending time with her family and her dog, Buddy.