Elizabeth Geyer began playing piano at age 4 and trumpet at 12, touring Europe with the school choir. Following a B Mus performance degree (trumpet) at Adelaide University she performed in piano bars and as a freelance trumpetplayer in jazz festivals in Australia, Monterey Jazz Festival (USA ) backing artists on occasion including James Morrison, Gene Pitney, Barbara Morrison (US), Harry Secombe, in the Don Burrows Quintet and Swing City for the 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. Inspired by singing teacher Kerrie Biddell, in 2000 Elizabeth recorded an album of jazz standards which led to national and ABC radio airplay and joined John Morrison's Swing City, firstly as trumpet soloist and then feature vocalist.
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