Elizabeth Ramos is a violinist who specializes in classical and mariachi music. Formally trained in the Suzuki Method since the age of two, Ms. Ramos attended such prestigious music programs as the Interlochen Arts Academy, Tanglewood Festival, and Aspen Music Festival, before completing her bachelor’s degree in violin performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Elizabeth has appeared in recitals and chamber music concerts in the United States and Mexico. She has performed extensively with the Missouri Symphony, Chamber Project St. Louis, the Kingsbury Ensemble, the Bach Society at Powell Symphony Hall, the Pittsburgh Ballet at the Fox Theater, and has twice premiered new pieces for chamber ensemble with the Sphinx Virtuosi Ensemble at Carnegie Hall. Solo performances with orchestra include concertos by Tchaikovsky, Wieniawski, Barber, and Lalo. Recently, Ms. Ramos performed with famed pop group The Black Eyed Peas, and with international pop icon Stevie Wonder. Elizabeth Ramos is a former faculty member of the Community Music School of Webster University, and East Central College in Union, MO. Ms. Ramos completed a master’s degree in violin performance with a Suzuki pedagogy emphasis at The Hartt School of Music in 2018, and holds ABD status in a Doctor of Music in Violin Performance at Florida State University. In the fall of 2020, Elizabeth joined the faculty of Greenville ISD Suzuki Strings outside of Dallas, Texas, where she currently resides.
Raised in a large Mexican family, Elizabeth played mariachi music as a teenager, in addition to traditional classical repertoire, and has played with several mariachi groups throughout the United States.