August 8, 2020

About Elizabeth Doyle

Elizabeth DoyleElizabeth Doyle is a multi-talented singer, pianist, composer, lyricist and music director.

She has been a featured guest on the late Marian McPartland’s NPR program, “Piano Jazz,”  and was a magnet for many years at Chicago’s famed Pump Room.

Elizabeth’s singing and piano playing has been featured at venues throughout the United States and Europe, including the Metropolitan Room and Cafe Sabarsky (New York City), Au Lapin Agile, Studio Raspail and the Swan Bar (Paris), Club Paradiso (Amsterdam) and the Schwartzer Bock Hotel (Wiesbaden, Germany).

Her on-air performances have included BBC Radio, Dutch National Radio, WTTW-TV (Chicago), and South Dakota Public Radio. More than fifty singers have sung her original compositions.

As part of her mission to encourage others to write their own music and lyrics, Elizabeth has presented annual songwriting workshops and concerts for the Bart Howard Foundation in Burlington, Iowa, since 2015.

An After Dark Award winner and Meier Arts Achievement Award recipient, Elizabeth is also the composer for several musicals, including “Sleepy Hollow,” “Fat Tuesday,” “Duo” and “Burnham’s Dream.”