Having graduated from Lincoln College Oxford, where she attained first class honours in music, Eliza is currently studying with Guy Johnston for a MA degree at the Royal Academy of Music. She also studies baroque cello with Joseph Crouch (Academy of Ancient Music). At the RAM Eliza recently won the May Mukle/ Douglas Cameron Cello Sonata Prize. She began her studies with Robert Max at the RAM Junior Department. While at Oxford Eliza took lessons with Felix Schmidt, and was an academic scholar and a scholar of contemporary music, as well as founding Oxford’s first student baroque ensemble. Eliza has attended the Banff Centre (Canada) and Domaine Forget (Quebec) where she performed and took masterclasses with Raphael Wallfisch, Colin Carr and Johannes Moser.
Eliza has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in the Wigmore Hall and St John's Smith Square. She is a member of the newly-formed Czigány Quartet, which was awarded the RAM's St Peter’s Chamber Music Prize. The Quartet will be giving a concert at the Wigmore Hall in a project alongside the Nash Ensemble and it has received a fellowship to the Wintergreen Performing Arts Festival (Virginia, USA) this summer where it will give recitals and perform alongside Rachel Barton-Pine.