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Primarily known for her vocals (jazz-spiked folk and avant garde/noise) and songwriting (dubbed "soulful indie rock"), elizaBeth also specializes in collaborative projects for adults and children. Her other key areas of expertise include storytelling and printmaking (stencils, silkscreens, blockprints)

Owner Operator
@Broken Rock All original country Band TMG Records recording artist
@ www.brokenrockyonder.com
@ Hanging vines Studio
@ Yankee Bride Publishing @ ascap#3333074

Greg House @ Ascap member # 3290766
member (IRAA) Internationa Recording Association of America

Professional Musician, songwriter and performer

Credits- Opened for Aaron Tippin
played the Daily Buzz (syndicated nationwide tv show)

Lisa is a certified music educator and semi-professional performer, having sung locally with local performers Dave Cooper, Steve Meadows, Carnivale Debauche, and The Curses. She has also worked as a music director with the Champaign Urbana Theatre Company in their recent productions of AIDA and THE PRODUCERS.

When not engaged in music-related events, she designs websites for ThirdSide, a company she and her husband started in 2011. Some local websites she has created include The Prairie Ensemble (www.prairieensemble.org), Psychic Joker Entertainment (www.psychicjoker.com), SoDo Theatre (www.sodotheatre.com), CUTC (www.cutc.org), and the Urbana Business Association (www.urbanabusiness.com). She also experiments with jewelry making, and is currently writing her first novella.

Grammy, Tony, & Emmy winning cellist and Broadway veteran, Barbara Hedlund enjoys a rich, active, widely varied career as soloist, chamber musician, recording artist, recitalist, orchestral musician, fine arts administrator, university professor, music librarian, editor/publisher, adjudicator, and associate producer for Public Radio & Television.

She is listed in the Marquis Directories of "Who's Who in America", "Who's Who in the Midwest", "Who's Who of American Women", "Who's Who in American Universities", the International "Who's Who in Music and Musicians Directory", "Who's Who in the World", the National Register's "Who's Who in Executives and Professionals" edition & "America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals", plus the Cambridge directory for "Who's Who Among Executive & Professional Women.

She currently performs as: Principal Cellist: Champaign Urbana Symphony, Danville Symphony, Prairie Ensemble, Sugar Creek Opera Festival, Heartland Festival Orchestra & previously for the Illinois Symphony and Chamber Orchestra and Sinfonia da Camera.

As an arts administrator, she is a founder and member of the Urbana Public Arts Commissioner, the Executive Director/Owner/Founder of 1st Choice Music Services & VCello Music Publications, Orchestra Personnel Manager for The Prairie Ensemble & Heartland Festival Orchestra, adviser to area orchestras, administrator for the Strings Festivals at Eureka College, Co-Founder & Producer of the former Mills Breast Cancer Institute Weekly Music Series (2007-12) plus numerous area ensembles and performance series.

As an educator, she is an Instructor for the UI OLLI program, Strings Festivals at Eureka College, & Cellobration Studios.

Her awards include shared Emmy, Tony, Grammy, & Gran Prix du Disque Awards, the Girl Scouts Women of Distinction Honoree, Nominations for the IL Governor's Arts Award & 40 North Ace Awards, and others.

For comprehensive information is available on my web site.

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