Liza is an award winning, innovative contemporary performer, composer, producer, lyricist and multimedia narrative author.
They were awarded the cross disciplinary boundary breaking Fusion Fund by Help Musicians UK to create a narrative audiovisual work. They have built their own instrument, the roborecorder, which is featured in the Museum of Science and Industry’s touring exhibition ‘Turn It Up: The Power of Music‘, currently on display in London.Their work has been featured in New Scientist and Insider magazines.
Liza co-wrote ‘Spinning Dance’ with acclaimed electronic artist James Holden. They created the ground breaking audiovisual multimedia narrative EPs INNERVATE and Beyond the Blonde, writing and producing the score, lyrics and narrative.
Liza worked as Assistant Musical Director under renowned producer Kuljit Bhamra and composer Yu-Peng Chen on the Genshin Impact 3.0 soundtrack. They were selected for the ECSA (European Composers and Songwriters Alliance) and AEC (Association of European Conservatoires) Mentorship Programme with multi award winning gold selling composer and songwriter Hélène Muddiman and award winning BASCA-nominated composer and author Sorana Santos, the Ivors Academy Mentorship Programme with international creative producer Martel Ollerenshaw and Sage Gateshead Summer Studios. Liza was also chosen for the first Experimental Immersive Audio Camp at Real World Studios with renowned producers Hans Martin Buff and Chris Hughes and is an LSO Soundhub Associate Composer 2023-25. Liza currently produces original serial fiction podcast Spiral Dial.
Liza studied clarinet performance at Trinity College London where they were awarded a Distinction and the Hambleton Clarinet Prize.
Their professional performance career was cut short after the devastating diagnosis of a rare form of epilepsy, triggered by playing certain patterns of notes, after which they qualified as a medical doctor on the Graduate Entry programme at King’s College London.
Highly accomplished, they also hold a Masters degree in Geology from the University of Oxford. They often use concepts from science and medicine as a source of inspiration for their creative work.