Elizabeth Graiser is a graduate of The College of Charleston with a BA in violin performance.
Elizabeth has studied under Grammy Award-winning conductor and violinist Maestro Luiz Haza of the National Symphony Orchestra and Jorge Peña of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. Elizabeth also studied at The Brevard Music Center (NC) and The Cannon Music Camp (NC) receiving merit scholarships from both organizations.
When Elizabeth was a freshman in high school she began teaching violin through an outreach program for underserved children in her community. Born into a family of educators, teaching came naturally and she has seven years of experience teaching violin.. She continues to share her passion and knowledge of the violin along with basic piano and music theory.
While at The College, Elizabeth studied with Yuiry Bekker, concertmaster of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. She has also studied with Lee Chin Siow, one of Singapore’s first violin soloists on the international classical stage. In 2015, she made her debut performance at the Charleston Piccolo Spoleto Festival and performed as a soloist at the 2017 Piccolo Spoleto Festival. In 2018, Elizabeth was accepted on scholarship into the Charleston Chamber Music Intensive under the teachings of Miles Hoffman (American Chamber Players)
Elizabeth is the Artistic Operations Associate at the Columbus Symphony (OH). She continues to perform with Central Ohio orchestras including Greater Columbus Community Orchestra, Hilliard Bach Ensemble, and the New Albany Symphony Orchestra.