Peabody Prep's Tuned-in
Since 2007, the Tuned-In program at the Peabody Preparatory has provided Baltimore City Public Schools students with a complete Peabody Preparatory education for free. Its curriculum of introductory and advanced musical study and youth development opportunities opens doors for success in college and career.
Elizabeth currently assists in teaching the Peabody Preparatory's wind performance class, wind sectionals, as well as the youngest wind band
Freelance private lesson teacher
Elizabeth is deeply influenced by her upbringing in El Sistema programs and has spoken at conferences such as the YOLA National Symposium and the El Sistema USA National Symposium about music education.
In 2020, Elizabeth began teaching oboe privately through the Do Re Mi Project and since graduating from high school, has continued to teach private lessons independently.
Do Re Mi Project
Do Re Mi is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free online music support for elementary and middle school students who may not have transportation to a lesson or may not be able to afford a lesson.
During Elizabeth's senior year at Interlochen Arts Academy, Elizabeth gave private lessons to two middle school oboists a week.
Miami Music Project
Miami Music Project is a non-profit organization that uses music as an instrument for social transformation, empowering children to acquire values and achieve their full potential, positively affecting their society through the study and performance of music.
Over the summer Elizabeth made reeds for oboe students and led woodwind sectionals.
During the school year, Elizabeth played principal oboe in the orchestras and mentored younger oboists in lower ensembles.