A versatile performer, Liz Huff does concert work, theater, improv, and collaborative arts projects throughout the Midwest and locations as far-flung as Estonia, Northern Ireland, and Finland. Music and comedy have led Liz to performing on many diverse stages and venues including Severance Hall, internationally renowned jazz venue, Nighttown, and the Del Close Marathon at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC. As an educator Liz teaches improv at Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School, leads musical theater/opera masterclasses, storytelling and communication workshops, and coaches voice. She taught numerous Distance Learning classes at the Cleveland Institute of Music for 12+ years, for ages k-12 and senior citizens.
An advocate for new work in theater and music, Liz has premiered works by a number of composers, including Ryan Charles Ramer (numerous works), Sam Guarnaccia (Emergent Universe Oratorio with Cleveland Chamber Choir) and Marshall Griffith. A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music, she studied improv at The Annoyance Theater in Chicago. She is a voting member of the Recording Academy (Grammys).
In the spirit of making the world a better place, Liz does volunteer work with the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society, the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, and the Cleveland Leadership Center.
Photo By Beth SEgal
Photo by Beth Segal