Thank you for stopping by to check out my website. Below is my bio. It's a little formal, but it's up to date and lets you know what I do as an artist. In addition to all of these singer things, I am the founding Executive Producer of LOLA, Local Opera Local Artists here in Austin TX, voice teacher and Community Liaison with the Armstrong Community Music School where I have been for over 12 years, and I'm a regular with the Industry Night variety show. But that's enough about me, oh wait, there's more down below!

With deep gratitude and joy,

Liz Cass


Liz Cass enjoys a busy performance schedule working with many arts organizations in Austin, TX and beyond.  Each year, Ms. Cass travels to Guatemala City and Antigua, Guatemala to perform Handel’s Messiah. Proceeds from these concerts benefit ecological and educational organizations in Guatemala. 

Ms. Cass founded LOLA - Local Opera Local Artists in 2014 with Artistic Producer, Rebecca Herman.  LOLA is a professional opera company dedicated to keeping the art form alive by utilizing local Austin, Texas talent in new and innovative productions.  LOLA's first opera was the first ever all-female version of Puccini's La Bohème titled La Femme Bohème.  LOLA has been nominated for and has won 3 Austin Critics Table Awards for La Femme Bohème.  

Liz's recent performance highlights include the premier of Graham Reynold’s new chamber opera, Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance with Ballroom Marfa, The Manchurian Candidate with Austin Opera, and the Donald Grantham premier of Meditations on Hafiz with Chorus Austin.  Liz’s upcoming schedule includes her annual trek to Guatemala, a concert with La Follia; Austin Baroque, monthly concerts with the series LOLA at 4th Tap, chamber recitals with Austin-based organizations “Salon Concerts” and “A Room With a Few”, and a production of Pancho Villa; From a Safe Distance as part of Austin’s Fusebox Festival in April of 2017.

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.