Elizabeth Glen trained at the Guildhall School of Music on the graduate and post-graduate courses. She has performed as a soloist all over the world and is an experienced oratorio and concert recitalist. For ten years Elizabeth was soloist and ensemble singer with the internationally renowned ensemble for Medieval Music, Sequentia. With Sequentia she toured extensively in Europe and the U.S.A, and recorded CDs for BMG. “Canticles of Ecstasy” became an international number one in the classical charts, and Elizabeth’s solo on this album, “O Pastor Animarum” was also featured on other compilation CDs by BMG.
She has performed as a soloist in concerts at The Royal Albert Hall, The London Palladium, The Purcell Room (Royal Festival Hall), St. George’s, Brandon Hill, Bristol, and internationally has performed in concerts for the Melborne International Festival, Australia; the Lincoln Centre Festival, New York; the Edinburgh Festival; The Utrecht Early Music Festival, Holland and many other festivals and concerts across Europe, the U.S.A. and Australia.
Sequentia - Canticles of Ecstasy (Hildegard von Bingen)
Sequentia - Voice of the Blood (Hildegard von Bingen)
Sequentia - O Jerusalem (Hildegard von Bingen)
Sequentia - Vox Iberica III (El Sabio)
Various Artists - Angels of Ecstasy (Various)
Elizabeth Glen - Singing the Mystery (June Boyce-Tillman)
"Elizabeth Glen. high and impassioned" - The Times ("Ordo Virtutum", Royal Albert Hall, 1998 Proms)
"The soprano soloist, Elizabeth Glen, gave a beautifully fresh and immediate performance throughout" - The Church Times (Premiere of music of Paul Ayres, London)
"Elizabeth Glen. a shimmering clear soprano voice. a special musical experience" - Wolfenbuttel Zeitung, Germany ("The Art of Courtly Love", Germany)
"Elizabeth Glen's faultless diction made the narrative easy to follow. Her vocal flexibility and versatility gave her complete control of this demanding piece. she was able to convey both passion and compassion with equal conviction" - Hampshire Chronicle ("A Life Apart", Winchester)