Thank you for stopping by for the Liz Cass experience! As you can see, I wear several different hats and they all serve the purpose of getting more art and creativity into our world. For a real adventure, check out my Instagram travel show: Are You Kidding Me (#aykm) where we will experience culture, art, nature, civilization, and more! My handle is @travelshowqueen

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Liz Cass

Liz Cass is a producer, educator, arts leader, and active operatic performer. Ms. Cass is the originator of the mezzo role in Graham Reynold’s opera, "Pancho Villa; From a Safe Distance" for which she garnered an Austin Critic’s Table Award for Best Singer. Other recent performance highlights: Mrs. Lowe and Dora in "The Manchurian Candidate" by Kevin Puts with Austin Opera, The Brahms Alto Rhapsody with Chorus Austin, mezzo soloist in Handel’s Messiah at the Teatro Nationale and Casa Santo Domingo in Guatemala and "Pancho Villa; From a Safe Distance" with PuSh Festival in Vancouver and the Prototype Festival in NYC. 

Ms. Cass is a founder and the Executive Producer of the award-winning LOLA, Local Opera Local Artists and serves as the Executive Director of the Armstrong Community Music School.  Ms. Cass is originating the role of Dinah LeFarge in LOLA’s "Lardo Weeping", by Peter Stopschinski and Terry Galloway.   

Liz Cass is a graduate of the University of Missouri at Kansas City Conservatory of Music.  She began studying with Inci Bashar at UMKC in 1997, and continues studying with her to this day.