Elizabeth Moore has prepared singers for performances in The White House, David Geffen Hall, NJMEA Winter Conference, St John the Divine, NJ All Shore/All South/All State, Off-Broadway, The Metropolitan Opera, Plays in the Park, and Carnegie Hall. While maintaining an active performing/coaching/conducting schedule, she also teaches at Central Regional High School in Bayville and The Westminster Conservatory in Princeton. She also regularly presents lectures, master classes, recitals, reading sessions, and workshops regionally. She has a great love for collaborating in art song, opera, musical theatre, with choirs, as well as chamber music and piano.
Beth holds a Master of Music degree in Piano Accompanying and Coaching, with distinction, from Westminster Choir College. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree with a concentration in Music Education from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. She studied chamber music, opera, and piano at The Aspen Music Festival and School and has additional studies in choral conducting and voice pedagogy from Westminster. She has been selected as a quarterfinalist for a Grammy Music Educator Award. Prior to her position at Central, she was on the piano faculty of The Westminster Conservatory.