After many years of studying and teaching music, Elizabeth decided to create a project that allows children to develop specific abilities that not only focus on musical knowledge but  also works in certain
day-to-day skills such as “LOGIC”.

Her methodology called "Body Solfege Technique" has been a success since 2012 in United States with different types of students from 3 to 60 years old. As a result, now she is working on writing her first book to be released in 2018.


As part of her resume, Elizabeth counts with a Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology and Art Studies such as singing, photography, composition, complementary piano, Violin, Cello, Ukulele, Orff instrumentation, latin dance, and popular guitar from teachers around the world.  She carries many awards in Singing and Composition between 1991 and 2005. In United States she has been part of Juilliard Music School E.D. in Ear training, Electronic Music Production, Scoring to Picture and also the method of acting at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York. In the past, she joined the Institute of Music for Children in 2010 and has been the creator of the Music & Games class for the early musical education. This exposure plus her long experience as a music teacher, inspired her to develop a new tailored program to offer “the best early education in music”, and two years later she created IM4C. She was also part of the Paganini Institute of Music and Arts's "family" where she started as the choir director and also taught singing, musicianship and piano. Focusing primarily with
the younger students. In 2014 she had the unforgettable opportunity to have her program at Hoboken School of Music. As an independent artist, since 2012 Elizabeth has been composing for some independent short films in New York and websites including the main theme of 
imaginemusic4children.com. In 2015 she released her first music album titled “As I Loved You”.  Now, in 2016 she is having the opportunity to bring Imagine Music 4 Children to
New York area thanks to the cooperative work with the project 
Music 4 Me and its creator “Ms. Janis”.


Watch the video below to see parents and students sharing their thoughts

about the Music Ensemble class through Imagine Music 4 Children

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