Elizabeth Rowe

Elizabeth Rowe


Elizabeth Rowe graduated from Birmingham University, the Royal Academy of Music and was sponsored by the Royal Opera House and the Sir Henry Richardson Award to attend the National Opera Studio.

Upon leaving the NOS, Elizabeth free-lanced as a répétiteur with Scottish Opera and English Touring Opera and then joined the Music Staff at English National Opera from 1997 – 2004. Whilst at ENO she worked on numerous

productions notably: Berg’s Lulu, Wagner’s Ring Cycle and the world premieres of David Sawyer’s “From Morning to Midnight”, and Mark-Anthony Turnage’s “The Silver Tassie”.

Since leaving ENO, Elizabeth has free-lanced for numerous companies, including: The Royal Opera, Oper Frankfurt, The Canadian Opera Company, Glyndebourne, Opera North, Opera Holland Park, English Touring Opera and British Youth Opera.

Elizabeth also works extensively with young singers: she has been a regular coach for the Jette Parker Young Artist Programme at The Royal Opera House, The National Opera Studio, the Associated Studios London, the Opera Course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and for Morley College Opera Course.

As well as being a busy freelance coach and répétiteur, Elizabeth was Assistant Head of Music at the National Opera Studio, Course Director for Birkbeck University of London Opera Course, and is currently Head of Music for Opera Holland Park.