A native of Missouri, Elizabeth Frazier holds a Master of Music degree in violin performance from the University of Oregon and Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Louisville, KY, under the tutelage of Professor Hal Grossman. In addition to her academic studies, Elizabeth has received teaching certification in the Suzuki Method and The Grossman Method and has held teaching positions at the Community Music Institute at the University of Oregon, and the ICT Young Artist Academy at Friends University in Wichita, KS. Elizabeth is the recipient of the Outstanding Undergraduate Violin Student Award presented by the University of Oklahoma (2016), 2nd Prize winner in the Ad Astra String Competition (2018), and First prize winner of the Oklahoma Community Orchestra Young Artist Competition (2018). Elizabeth has enjoyed the privilege of performing in concert with singer/songwriter David Archuleta in Kansas City, MO, with the violin troupe Barrage in Nashville, TN, and in concert with the Texas Tenors for their PBS Special in Galveston, TX. In 2018, Elizabeth returned from chamber music performances with pianist Borja Asensi Flores in Valencia and Madrid, Spain.