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Elizabeth Packard Arnold has received Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music. Her cognate and areas of special interest are in Baroque music. She received a Bachelor of Music Education with a concentration in voice from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Masters of Sacred Music in choral conducting from Emory University. She has studied German oratorio at the Benjamin Britten-Peter Pears School in Aldeburgh, England with Kurt Equiluz, Ruth Drucker, and Alastair Ross. She has also performed in masterclasses or coached with David Adams, John Aler, Julianne Baird, Elizabeth Colson, Kenneth Griffiths, Gwen Halstead, Warren Jones, William McGraw, Richard Miller, Nancy Walker, and members of the American Bach Soloists.

In March 2002 she was a soloist in the Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 (Atlanta premiere), and in April of the same year she was a soloist in the Mozart Requiem at Emory University. She was featured with NTB in programs such as "The Italian Handel" ( which included the Atlanta premiere on period instruments of Handel's "Gloria", discovered in 2001), Charpentier's "Messe de Minuit", Carissimi's "Jonas" and "Jephte", etc.

She also appeared in early music performances with the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, the Merry Band, the Gwinnett Philharmonia, Ritornello, and others. Her many sacred solo performances include J.S. Bach's Magnificat and Cantatas 51, 100, 106, and 202, Buxtehude's solo cantata Herr, wenn ich nur dich habe, Vivaldi's Beatus Vir and Gloria, Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Mass in Time of War, Lord Nelson Mass, and Missa Brevis, Mozart's Requiem, Schubert's Mass in G, Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise, Faurť Requiem, and Saint-SaŽns's Christmas Oratorio. She can be heard as soprano soloist in Britten's Te Deum in C with the Britten Choir (ACA Digital Recording CM 20039).


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