Elizabeth Shearon is an emerging composer with an innovative approach to sound and musical arts. Her artistic execution of musical ideas shows high standard and unique voice that Elizabeth hopes to keep developing and exploring.

Elizabeth is a recent recipient of A.G. Francis Prize for composition, awarded by Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, where she studied under Dr. Erik Griswold. Currently Elizabeth is continuing her studies in composition and advanced music theory at Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo with Bente Thorsen and Kjell Habbestad.

Known for her thoroughly crafted symphonic, chamber, solo works that are being admired and performed internationally, Elizabeth strives to create expressive music while putting new ideas and concepts in perspective. Her recent involvements include fellowship at the Nief Norf summer festival in Knoxville, TN, collaboration with Queensland Conservatorium Wind Orchestra, Conservatorium Large Brass Ensemble in Brisbane, AU, the Anemoi Wind Quintet, Women of Noise organisation along with solo collaborations and projects.

As an experienced artist, Elizabeth successfully transitioned to the world of academic music after many years of studying the disciplines of visual arts, composition and sculpture. She brought her aesthetic training to a different medium, bringing her skills to a new horizon and exploring the relationship of visual and musical.

Elizabeth aspires to contribute to music industry with her resources and bring to light new talents through collaborations and devotion to current and the future generation.