Elizabeth Ingber received a Master of Music degree in piano accompanying from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music as a student of Timothy Bach. Prior to studying at the conservatory she attended St. Mary's College of Maryland from which she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music and mathematics. At St. Mary's she studied piano with Brian Ganz and viola with Jennifer Rende. She has also studied viola with Ronald Mutchnik. As part of her undergraduate study, she spent a term at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England.
Since completing her studies, Ms. Ingber has taught piano, violin, and viola, and performed as a pianist, violist, and accompanist. She has been on the accompanying staff for the collegiate and preparatory divisions of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She is currently a music instructor, and has been an accompanist, at Skyline College in San Bruno, California. She also teaches private lessons at her music studio in the San Francisco Bay Area.
As both a violist and pianist Ms. Ingber has been a member of the Chesapeake Chamber Orchestra, Columbia Orchestra, and Howard County Ballet Orchestra. Her performances have included chamber and orchestral concerts during summer seasons in Italy. In the summer of 2009 she studied with Rita Sloan in the Collaborative Artists Program at the Aspen Music Festival and School. In 2010 she began her training in the Suzuki method of music education. She has since taken various Suzuki training courses, studying with Caroline Fraser (piano), Cathryn Lee (violin), Edmund Sprunger (violin), and Edward Kreitman (violin). She is currently performing as a violist in the Peninsula Symphony, is a member of the Peninsula Scottish Fiddlers, and active as a collaborative pianist in the San Francisco Bay Area.