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Elizabeth Rebozo was born in Havana, Cuba. When she was 7 years old she began her musical studies at the Municipal Conservatory of Music Alejandro Garcia Caturla where she graduated in 1989. At just thirteen years of age, Elizabeth became one of the few pianists in Cuba within that age range to have performed with the Cuban National Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Maestro Manuel Duchesne.
Later on, she studied at the National School of Music (ENA) from where she graduated in 1993 and continued her undergraduate studies at the Higher Institute of Arts (ISA), graduating with a Bachelors of Arts with honour’s diploma in 1998.
Elizabeth’s dedication to piano performance had made her a recipient of several scholarships and grants, among them: full scholarship for a Summer Course at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, United States in 1992. While on her third year of studies at the Higher Institute of Art she won a full scholarship and grant prize to pursue a Master degree at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada from the year 2000, completing a Masters degree in Piano Performance in 2002 with honorary distinctions.
At the present Ms. Rebozo is active as a concert pianist as well as an educator. In November, 2009 she released her first CD titled “One culture, two visions” which has has been praised by critics for her exquisite interpretation on this CD which is based on Cuban music from the 19th and 21st century.
May 11, 2012 Ms. Rebozo performed at Cal State University Los Angeles and from this concert was born her album “Live in L.A”, a classical production by Yalil Guerra, aimed at the 13th Latin Grammys.
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