British soprano Elizabeth Karani studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and National Opera Studio.
Previous roles include Nanna/Embla The Monstrous Child (Royal Opera House), Gretel HanselandGretel (English National Opera), Susanna LenozzediFigaro, Amy LittleWomen, Musetta Labohème (Opera Holland Park) Rutilia LucioPapirioDittatore (Buxton International Festival), Cino Teuzzone (La Serenissima-Venice), Helmwige and Waldvogel TheRingCycle (Hackney Empire), Tatyana EugeneOnegin (Mid Wales Opera), Isabella L’ingannofelice (West Green Opera), Jano Jenůfa (Longborough Festival Opera), Jay TheCunningLittleVixen (Garsington Opera) and Rosalinde DieFledermaus (Diva Opera). Recent projects include Gismonda Ottone for ETO, Belinda DidoandAeneas for the Theatre Royal Bath and Musetta Labohème for Opera Holland Park.
Elizabeth has made concert debuts at the Wigmore Hall, Barbican Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Bridgewater Hall, St John’s Smith Square, the Gasteig (Munich) with Die Münchner Philharmoniker, Xi’an Concert Hall (China) and at La Folle Journée (Nantes). Elizabeth is mentored by Barbara Hannigan and was an inaugural Equilibrium Young Artist.