Dr. Elizabeth Parisot has appeared in solo and chamber music concerts at prestigious venues across the United States, Europe, and Asia. She toured extensively with her husband, Brazilian cellist Aldo Parisot, joining him in sonata performances and chamber music settings with other renowned artists.
At the Yale School of Music, Parisot teaches a studio of undergraduate-level piano students and coaches graduate-level chamber music ensembles. She has been featured many times in performance on the School’s Faculty Artist Series with faculty violinist Kyung Yu and faculty cellist Ole Akahoshi.
In 2007, Parisot was awarded the title “Grande Dame du Violoncelle” by the Eva Janzer Memorial Cello Center at Indiana University in honor of her longtime collaborative work with many cellists in concerts, master classes, and competitions worldwide. She also has numerous recordings to her credit, including those released by the Musical Heritage Society, Serenus Records, Phonodisc Ltd., Delos Music, and Albany Records. Parisot received her doctor of musical arts degree from the Yale School of Music in 1973.