Violinist and pianist Elizabeth Young has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Radio City Music Hall, and The United Nations, among other notable venues in New York City, as well as the National Gallery of Art and the Embassy of Italy in Washington, DC. A graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, she has appeared on the BBC, CBS, and CNN, and she has performed concerts throughout the United States and in Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Italy, and Oman. After over a decade working as a full-time musician in New York City, Elizabeth moved to Santa Fe, where she has performed with the Santa Fe Opera, the New Mexico Philharmonic, The Santa Fe Symphony, the New Mexico Performing Arts Society, Chatter Albuquerque, and the Las Palomas Chamber Music Series, among others. She continues to travel nationally for chamber music and solo performances as a violinist and pianist, and in 2018, she was the violin soloist with the Santa Fe Community Orchestra in their performance of the Sibelius Violin Concerto. A previous faculty member at the New Mexico School for the Arts and the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association, Elizabeth can be heard regularly at Vanessie’s, improvising everything from Bach to The Devil Went Down to Georgia. In addition to her musical pursuits, Elizabeth is the General Manager of Las Palomas Hotel in downtown Santa Fe.