Elizabeth began composing at age 14 under the tutelage of Dr Alan Hirsch. She attended Interlochen Arts Camp and Interlochen Arts Academy where she continued her composition and music theory study with Dr Elaine Broad. She was awarded the Johann Joseph Fux award for tutoring her fellow students in theory at IAA. She attended St Olaf College, studying composition with Dr Timothy Mahr and Dr Peter Hamlin and theory with Dr Charles Forsberg. She has written choral, orchestral, and instrumental chamber music, but her preferred medium is solo voice and song. Her pieces have been performed and/or recorded by VOX3 collective, Third Eye Theater Co., Chicago Fringe Opera, and Opera on Tap-Chicago. She is also an active classical vocalist in the Chicago community.
Elizabeth Rudolph Composer
Scores of Imogen and some other compositions will be available for purchase beginning early 2020. Watch here for more information.
"Finding Home, Finding Self"
the music of Elizabeth Rudolph
8PM October 16, 2018
The Winds 1993
choral piece Psalm 23
Family Relations 1997
song cycle with lyrics by Julie Ball for mezzo and piano
acapella choral set with traditional Latin text
La Belle Dame Sans Merci 2000
choral piece with lyrics by Keats
for viola and guitar
The Third Night 2012
pair of songs with lyrics by Strindberg for bass-baritone, bass clarinet, and piano
Perfect Fog 2014
duet with lyrics by Julie Ball for sop, mezzo, clarinet, and cello
song with lyrics by Julie Ball for soprano and piano
Margaret's Curse 2016/Lady Anne 2018
songs with lyrics from Richard III by Shakespeare for voice and piano
Me Gustaría Hablar 2016
song cycle with lyrics by Yvonne Strumecki for soprano, violin, and piano
Opera based on Cymbeline by William Shakespeare