Elizabeth will be performing with Dorothy Singh and Richard Parry. Dorothy studied violin and piano performance at the RNCM, in Manchester.
After playing as a freelance violinist with BBC and other orchestras, Dorothy was awarded a British Council scholarship to specialise in chamber music and accompaniment at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest. There she became an accompanist in the vocal faculty and at the International Kodály Institute where she was the first UK student to be awarded the diploma. She gave regular recitals around Hungary and abroad with the Hungarian tenor, Boldizsár Keonch.
Settling in Wales she was appointed senior violin and piano tutor at the University of Trinity Saint David in Carmarthen. She is very active as a teacher and accompanist and founded the charitable Kodály Violin school, in collaboration with the Welsh/ Hungarian Society and specialists in Hungary, improving music education from the early years in schools and music centres.