Elizabeth Radigonda is an assistant professor at the University of the arts. She graduated from the University of the Arts with a Masters of Music in Jazz Studies in December of 2007. In January of 2008, she joined the music faculty and currently teaches Musicianship, Jazz Musicianship, Jazz Vocal Improvisation, private lessons, and runs the Jazz Singers Ensemble. She was published in the Fall 2016 Pennsylvania Music Educators Journal and is a member of the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association.
Outside of the University of the Arts, Elizabeth maintains an active private teaching and coaching studio specializing in everything from classical to pop and rock. In 2009, she formed the Elizabeth Ross Quintet and regularly performs throughout the Philadelphia area. She has performed with the John Clarke Little Big Band, Here/Now, Pat Hart and the Fly Kicks, as a core member of the choir at the Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany, the Philly Pops Festival Chorus, the Hoppin' John Orchestra, and the Loose Cannon Band. In 2006, Elizabeth performed as a member of the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh under the direction of famous choral director Robert Page. While in the choir, she performed Verdi's "Requiem" conducted by Gilbert Levine and performed "The Lord of the Rings Suite" conducted by the composer Howard Shore with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.