Elizabeth Rudolph is a Chicago-based soprano with over 20 years experience. She holds degrees in vocal performance and composition and is a transformative presence in the Chicago vocal community.
An alumna of Interlochen Arts Academy, Elizabeth Rudolph holds bachelor’s degrees in vocal performance and music composition from St. Olaf College, where she sang for four years in the world-renowned St. Olaf Choir. She then attended Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of the Performing Arts and was a finalist in CCPA’s annual concerto competition. Rudolph attended the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria for several summers where she was a semi-finalist in the AIMS 2010 Meistersinger competition. She has been a member of the Illinois Symphony Chorus, Allegrezza, and the Chicago Symphony Chorus. Elizabeth is currently on the performance roster of several Chicago performing arts groups, including VOX3 Collective, Floating Opera Company, Opera On Tap Chicago, New Moon Opera, and Transgressive Theater-Opera. Ms. Rudolph has written a number of compositions, some of which have been performed and/or recorded by VOX 3 Collective and Opera on Tap-Chicago.
In her spare time she likes ballroom dancing, weightlifting,
and throwing heavy objects (shotput, hammer, discus, and weight).
She also enjoys anything having to do with yarn.
Magda Sorel (cover)
Le Compte Ory
(heavily edited in French with English dialogue)
C.M. von Weber
(German singing, English dialogue)
Mesdames de la Halle
Mother of us All
Falstaff (Letter Quartet)
Taming of the Shrew
Sieben Frühe Lieder
Despite and Still
Frauenliebe und Leben
Elizabeth is a Chicago-based contemporary composer specializes in Opera and works for the voice. She also composes chamber and orchestral works.