Elizabeth HilliardSoprano


Elizabeth is a soprano from Dublin. She sings a wide range of repertoire, bringing a dramatic quality and emotional intensity to her performances. She combines pinpoint accuracy and razorsharp musicianship with her passion and relish for performing music by living composers.

She formed the music / text company Béal with David Bremner in 2010: In 2016 she conducted ensembÉal in a 2-day festival, Inappropriate Moments, featuring the vocal ensemble music of Jennifer Walshe.

She collaborates regularly with the composer Gráinne Mulvey with whom she shared a residency in DLR-Lexicon in late 2015 / early 2016. She released a critically-acclaimed album Sea to the West in 2016, featuring works by Linda Buckley, Gráinne Mulvey, David Bremner and Christopher Fox.

In 2018, The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon awarded her a bursary to study improvisation with Jennifer Walshe and Karen Power, and conducting with Gregory Rose.