Vocalist - Mezzo-Soprano
American mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop has been praised by Opera News for her "gorgeous voice" and is in equal demand for both opera and concert performances across the country. With a "burgundy mezzo-soprano" the Washington Post describes as "a rich well of color and emotion," audiences and critics alike recognize her as one of this country's predominant singing actresses.
Posted: Jan-5-2010
Latest Acclaim

“Elizabeth Bishop’s … performance is spot on, and she brings many colors to demonstrate the complexity of her character. She seems the ‘good soldier’ covering for (and covering up) the changed personality of the dying Abbess, then a woman seething with envy … when she is overlooked in the passing of leadership. The warmth she can bring vocally is fully realized in the scene where she seeks out Blanche and becomes the compassionate mentor.”

— DC Theatre Scene
Posted: Feb-23-2015