Elizabeth is a highly experienced soloist and ensemble singer who has worked with notable conductors, such as Harry Christophers CBE, Paul McCreesh, Nigel Short and Jeffrey Skidmore.


Elizabeth is a graduate of the inaugural Genesis Sixteen scheme and she is a member of the inaugural Voces8 Scholars' Ensemble. She sings with Ex Cathedra, Tenebrae, and Armonico Consort. Whilst studying at Birmingham Conservatoire, she formed her own vocal consort, Amici Cantantes, who are winners of the Corton-Hyde Prize for Early Music and the Leamington Music Prize. She was a finalist for the Ashleyan Opera Prize and the Stuart Cameron Smith French Song Prize. She has performed as a soloist at Symphony Hall, De Montfort Hall and the Gresham Centre. She is currently studying with Anne Dawson.


"What a pleasure it was to have Elizabeth singing solos with us at our Baroque Concert. Music by Bach (Cantata 147), Purcell (Come ye sons of art), and Vivaldi (Gloria), with soprano solos sung beautifully, musically, and with confidence. Many thanks for making our performance so special."  
Steven Maxson, Chorus Master of the Grimsby Bach Choir

"Elizabeth sang with confidence, style and beauty; she lifted everyone with her fabulous singing."
 Mike Ashley, Midlands Early Music Forum



"the punk Holly (Victoria Adams) and her rival Georgia (Elizabeth Adams) nearly brought the house down with a pair of matched coloratura arias about bridesmaid's dresses"
Richard Bratby - Birmingham Post (2015)