Elisabeth Greene is an active violist in the Southwest. She has been principal violist for a number of orchestras and is a regular member of the Las Cruces Symphony. She holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from New Mexico State University.
In addition to her solo recitals, she has performed as a chamber musician with members of the La Catrina Quartet, NMSU String Quartet, C4 Ensemble, Vox Vallis Women’s Ensemble, to mention but a few.
Ms. Greene has coached sectionals for high school orchestras in Texas and New Mexico for the last two years, as well as worked with after-school programs for children such as Kindermusik in 2015 in Las Cruces, NM.
Ms. Greene has also performed with the Classical Music Institute’s Summer Education Program, Nuevo Mundo Festival, and Academy Ensembles in Oranjestad, Aruba. Most recently, she recorded the soundtrack for the short film Bois Mort directed by Hannah Saunders.
Currently, she keeps a busy agenda teaching and performing in the San Antonio area and is auditioning to M.M. Degree Programs in the US.