The Electric Cello Show is an exciting and sensual fusion of classical and pop music performed by this stunning young blonde. The performance is enriched by dynamic backing tracks to give a full multi-instrument sound - the result is a unique musical and visual spectacular which will keep the audience spellbound.
A typical repertoire includes pop versions of all-time classics such as Adagio for Strings by Barber, Bach’s Toccata and Fugue, Jai Ho from Slumdog Millionaire and Coldplay’s Viva La Vida.
This Electric cellist career took off when her 3-girl band was invited by Take That to be an opening act in their 2007 comeback tour, playing her own composition Body Mind and Soul to audiences of 15,000.
An experienced and confident public performer, she has toured extensively in the UK, Europe, USA, the Middle East and the Far East. She has played at major UK venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Royal Opera House, 10 Downing Street (to the Prime Minister) and Buckingham Palace (to the Queen several members of the royal family) as well as the British Embassy in Paris.
She was the opening act for the London Fashion Week Launch Event at Il Bottaccio, performed on the main stage at the Diamond Jubilee pageant concert, played at the Olympic Park during the 2012 Olympics and gave a solo electric performance at the 2012 Wimbledon Champions’ Dinner.
She has recently performed in Japan (to the Japanese Imperial Family), Jordan (to the Jordanian Royal Family), China, Thailand, India, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand, Hawaii, Kuwait, Dubai, Bahrain, Turkey, Oman, Lebanon, Morocco and throughout Europe.
Lizzy has appeared many times on TV with artists including Leona Lewis, Gary Barlow, Rihanna, Cheryl Cole, Sugababes, Westlife, Il Divo, Russell Watson, Aled Jones, Charlotte Church, Beverley Knight, Kasabian, Camilla Kerslake, Noisettes, Sharleen Spiteri and Paul Potts. TV shows include: The X-Factor, The Royal Variety Performance, Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night, Loose Women, The Rob Brydon Show, GMTV, This Morning, Richard and Judy, Alan Titchmarsh Show, Graham Norton Show, Paul O’Grady Show, Popstar to Operastar, Live at Abbey Road, Children in Need, Songs of Praise, Sport Relief, Dancing on Ice and Top of the Pops. She has recently been on UK-wide tours with Aled Jones and Russell Watson.
She has recorded on albums with James Blunt, Peter Kay, Aled Jones, Camilla Kerslake, Judie Tzuke, Massive Attack, Emma Deigman, Bailey Tzuke and Watershed as well as for the Britannia High TV series and the Take That video. In addition she has collaborated with major producers/songwriters including Eliot Kennedy.