Elizabeth Brown is head of the Guitar and Lute program at Pacific Lutheran University and is active throughout the Pacific Northwest as a solo and ensemble performer. Known for her musically passionate performances, she has given solo recitals and performed concertos throughout North America.  An enthusiastic advocate for the guitar and lute, Ms. Brown has given numerous outreach performances at schools, senior centers, and community centers for the Seattle Classic Guitar Society and the Early Music Guild, as well as by arrangement while on tour.  Also active as a chamber musician, Ms. Brown is a member of La Lira, Baroque Northwest, and the Puget Sound Consort and has appeared with many other ensembles and well-respected musicians. She has been featured on Channel 9's "KCTS Connects" program, and has given numerous radio interviews and performances. Ms. Brown's first solo recording, La Folía de España: Dances for Guitar, features works for baroque, 19th century and modern guitars.

Her personal involvement with the music is very apparent: this woman enjoys her music and her audience can't help but be swept along with her. Guitar Soundings (Seattle)