Elizabeth Rebozo, DMA
Applied Faculty, Piano
Born in Cuba, Elizabeth Rebozo is an award-winning pianist currently living and performing in the Los Angeles area. She started her studies at the Conservatory of Music Alejandro Garcia Caturla in Havana and, at thirteen years old, was invited to perform with the Cuban National Symphonic Orchestra. She then went on to study at the National School of Music (ENA) and the Higher Institute of Arts (ISA), where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in 1998. Mrs. Rebozo then relocated to Calgary, in Canada, where she obtained a master’s degree on a full scholarship at the University of Calgary, in 2002. She was then hired as piano faculty at Mount Royal University until her move to the United States, in 2013, following a very successful recital and series of master classes at California State University Los Angeles.
Throughout the years, Mrs. Rebozo has participated in several competitions and master classes, and has worked with renowned pianists Rudolph Jansen, Charles Foreman, Vladimir Levtov, Ricardo Requejo, Frank Fernandez and Jean Paul Sevilla, amongst many others. In addition to being an active performer and teacher, Mrs. Rebozo is also a highly respected recording artist; her first album was released in Canada (One Culture, Two Visions) and her album Live in L.A. included the premiere of “Seduccion”, which won the Latin Grammy for Best Classical Contemporary Composition in 2012. Most recently, Ms. Rebozo performed at the “L.A Master Chorale Mozart Experience” at the Walt Disney Concert Hall (Founders Room). Currently, Professor Rebozo holds a position as Adjunct Piano Professor at Cal Baptist University in Riverside, California.
Mrs. Rebozo is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Piano Performance at Claremont Graduate University under the guidance of Dr. Jenny Kim.