Elizabeth Riddick, soprano

Praeclara soprano Elizabeth RiddickElizabeth Riddick is a regularly featured soloist with the Second Presbyterian Church Adult Choir in Little Rock, Arkansas. She has toured internationally with the choir and performed soloist roles in many choral works, including Rutter’s Mass of the Children. Her work for Praeclara includes the roles of Nadia in Dracula Unearthed (2015), Celeste in Carmina Burana (2014), and Amahl in Amahl and the Night Visitors (2013). In addition to performing as a Praeclara company member, she also serves on Praeclara’s production team as assistant to the artistic director.

In 2015, she earned her MA in Contemporary Literature from the University of Manchester in England, where she was a soloist for the St. Paul’s Parish Church Choir. As an undergraduate she was an officer and award-winning soloist with the Tulane-Newcomb Choir, the Tulane University Orchestra, and the Fleur de Lys Chamber Orchestra in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Photo credit: Headshot courtesy of Jamie Fender Photography

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