Elizabeth Anderson completed a Master of Music degree at the University of Melbourne in 1984 in Harpsichord Performance and Musicology and later a B.Litt in modern languages.

She is a Principal player with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and teaches Chamber Music and Harpsichord Performance at The Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne. Read more about Anderson’s career as a harpsichord soloist.

Choral singing has been a lifelong passion for Anderson, who joined her first choir at the age of six. She was a founding member of the Choir of Ormond College. In 1984, she married Douglas Lawrence and has subsequently accompanied him on 27 international concert tours.

She managed ten European concert tours with the Choir of Ormond College (1987 to 2005). Since 2007, she has managed all the Australian Chamber Choir’s activities, including four concert tours of Europe and three of Australia, more than 125 concerts in total.

She is conversant in German, French and Italian. 

She is assisted by Prue Basset Publicity, Studio Thick business Innovation, Weaver Artist Management, Technomancers (Social Media consultancy) and Eleanor Bridger (Marketing and communications consultant).

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