Although very young (b. 1982), pianist Elizabeth Borowsky has achieved international recognition as a very talented and promising artist of her generation. Born and raised in Maryland (USA), she began her studies at age four. Since 1989, she has studied with the well known pianists and teachers Virginia Reinecke and Reynaldo Reyes. Elizabeth has also received valuable assistance from other prominent American and European pianists including Leon Fleisher, Andrzej Jasinski, Andrzej Tatarski, and Veronika Jochum.
At the age of seven, Elizabeth gave her first public performance in Baltimore. Since then, she has been invited to perform in the USA and abroad, including Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Germany, Iceland, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Poland, and Switzerland. Her concerts in Bulgaria, Poland, Indonesia, Japan, and Korea were nationally/internationally televised. Elizabeth's performance with the Polish Camerata has been broadcast world-wide several times by Polonia Satellite TV (since Sept. 1999).
Elizabeth's musicality and technique has impressed audiences and the musical experts alike. She has received both national and international awards and prizes, including the International Music Talent Award, International Young Artists Award, Heidelberg Grand Priz, and Winner of the Scholarship Competition of the Chopin Foundation of the U.S. In 1999 she received the Best '99 CD Prize for "Pearls of Music," recorded with her brother Emmanuel for the ICR label. (available on www.amazon.com)
In 2000, she was awarded the distinguised Cultural Achievement Award from the Middle East Consortium of the International Friends of Music- Jerusalem.