Cellist Elizabeth White is a founding member of the Cézanne Quartet and an alumnus of Southern Methodist University where she studied with Andrés Díaz and Christopher Adkins. Highlights of her career include performances at the Texas Christian University CelloFest, the Lev Aronson Legacy Festival, the Clandeboye Festival, the Music in the Mountains Festival, and with the Meadows Virtuosi Players. While at Southern Methodist University, she founded the Meadows First Performances Recital Series which aims to make chamber music more accessible to students and community members on campus.
Elizabeth had her solo debut with the Oklahoma Youth Orchestra where she played Elgar's Cello Concerto and appeared with the Meadows Chamber Orchestra where she played Haydn's Cello Concerto in C Major. In April 2015, Elizabeth performed the six Cello Suites by J.S. Bach in Perkins Chapel on the Southern Methodist University campus. She was a President's Scholar at Southern Methodist University and in 2011, she was an Emerson Scholar at Interlochen Center for the Arts.