California native Dr. Elizabeth Marshall is second flutist of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and the Madison Symphony. A former member of the Ann Arbor Symphony and the Utah Festival Opera Orchestra, she has also performed nationally with the Milwaukee Ballet, Florida Grand Opera, New World Symphony, Chicago Civic Orchestra, Toledo Symphony, and the Carmel Bach Festival Orchestra. Liz can be heard on recordings by Sound-Space Audio Lab, Equlibrium, Centaur Records, and Albany Records. Liz is a previous winner of the National Flute Association Young Artist Competition and Masterclass Performer competition, the Irving Shain Woodwind-Piano Duo Competition, and the SFCM Concerto Competition.
Currently a Music Instructor at Madison College and Edgewood College, Liz previously served on faculty at UW-Platteville, Beloit College, Ripon College and Olivet Nazarene University. Her most influential teachers have been Tim Day, Leone Buyse, Julie McKenzie, and Keith Underwood. Liz holds degrees from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, University of Michigan, and University of Wisconsin-Madison. When not fluting, Liz is probably out hiking and exploring with her sweet dog, Ruby.