Elizaveta was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. Growing up in a cultural epicenter, Liza developed her love of opera from a young age.
Liza studied in the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Music College in her home town. At the end of the third year she entered the St. Petersburg State Conservatory.
While enrolled in the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory, Elizaveta had the honor of studying under Evgeniya Gorokhovskaya, a People's Artist of the RSFSR (National Rankings of Russian Federation).
During that time, Liza won the third prize in the 2013 International Competition S.Monyushko "Ubelskaya swallow" in Minsk, Belarus. Then, in 2016, she received the Special Award in the 32nd international competition "Ismaele Voltolini" in Buscoldo, Italy.
She was involved in the production of mono-opera “Cormorant, Samson and Delilah” based on Elena Skulskaya’s novel in Tallinn, which was broadcasted on Estonian national radio and television.
Also in 2016, a year before her graduation, she was accepted into the Young Artist Program of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia, under the direction of Honored Art Worker, Dmitry Vdovin.
Her time in the Bolshoi was filled with many accomplishments. Liza participated in more than 100 concerts on the stage of the Beethoven Hall. She was involved in the premiere of M. Weinberg's opera “Idiot” (the role of Alexandra Yepanchina's) on the New Stage of the Bolshoi Theatre, and performed the role of the Polovtsian girl in Borodin's opera “Prince Igor” on the historical main stage of the Bolshoi Theatre.
Throughout all of her studies, Elizaveta has worked with many teachers, including Irina Bogacheva, Lyubov Orfenova and Semyon Skigin (Russia), Alessandro Amoretti, Giulio Zappa, Franco Pagliazzi and Gianluca Pagliuso (Italy), Elizabeth Vidal and Jamal Moquadem (France), Evamaria Wieser (Austria), Mark Lawson, Robert Tuohy, Scott Barnes and Michael Paul (USA).
At the conclusion of her program, Liza moved to New York City, where she now resides with her fiance and dog. She placed 3rd in 2019's Gulio Gari International Singing Competition, and is signed with Lombardo Associates.
Elizaveta Made her debut for New York City Opera the summer of 2022 and was part of the US premiere as the soprano soloist in "Concert for Sugihara" performed at Carnegie Hall.
She continues to perform in New York, her home of Russia, and around the world.