Elizabeth Vaughan

House Concert

Sunday June 9, 2024 · 3:00pm

Program included: Bach, Gubaidulina, Mendelssohn, Szymanowski


Home of Joe & Beth Testa
4117 Mandan Crescent
Madison, WI 53711

Max Capacity: 20

Elizabeth Vaughan is a current DMA student in piano performance and pedagogy under the tutelage of professors Jessica Johnson and Christopher Taylor. She received her master’s degree in piano performance from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, master’s in viola performance from Roosevelt University, and bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Lawrence University.

She has performed as a solo pianist with the UT-Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and Lawrence University Symphony Orchestra. She is a first place winner of the MTNA Young Artist Competition in the states of Tennessee and Wisconsin, and second place winner in the MTNA East Central Division. In the 2023-2024 season, Elizabeth Vaughan performed both with UW-Madison’s Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble as the winner of both of their ensembles’ concerto competitions.

Elizabeth is on the faculty at the Music Institute of Chicago, where she serves as a teacher and collaborative pianist. She is also a singer with the Chicago Symphony Chorus.

*house concerts are not included in 2023-2024 Season Tickets


Variations Sérieuses, Felix Mendelssohn

Chaconne, Sofia Gubaidulina

Variations on a Polish Folk Theme, Op. 10, Karol Szymanowski

Chaconne in D Minor for the Left Hand, after BWV 1004, Johann Sebastian Bach/arr. Johannes Brahms