Elizabeth Woolf

Elizabeth Woolf


California grown singer-songwriter Elizabeth Woolf debuted her first single this past February, followed by a Valentine’s Day sweetheart music video, titled “I Could Get Used To This.” Elizabeth has made herself known among the LA music scene in the past year and a half since she drove her guitars down with her from her college town, Berkeley. She is a frequent performing artist at the Hotel Cafe and The Love Song Bar, and kicked off the New Year opening for Julian Allen at Resident DTLA. Elizabeth has also appeared at Echo Park Rising Music Festival, The Mint, The Viper Room, and Black Rabbit Rose.

In 2016, she debuted her first musical, “Dreams of 18” at PianoFight theater in San Francisco, which she wrote, produced, and directed, after developing the piece at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. In 2017, Elizabeth was accepted to the Conservatorium Van Amsterdam’s Summer Jazz program, and she returned to LA later that year to host “Elizabeth’s First Annual Pajama Jam” at the Mint and was featured on BBS radio in January of 2018. Elizabeth was a Cabaret Fellow at the O’Neill Theater Center last summer, and is currently a finalist for the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project at Northwestern University. Her influences range from the likes of jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald to modern day pop/jazz fusion artists such as Sara Bareilles and Lianne La Havas.

Elizabeth is currently working on a project set to be released this summer, and is a name you will come to know as she continues to make her mark across the music scene. Join her mailing list at www.elizabethwoolf.com to stay up to date with the project, follow her on social media, and come to an upcoming show!


  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • TV/Film
  • Tours


  • Southern California
  • Northern California


  • Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
  • Theatrical Lyricist
  • Songwriter
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Vocal Arranger


  • Guitar - acoustic
  • Guitar - electric
  • Piano


  • Finale
  • GarageBand
  • Logic
  • Sibelius



Preferred Pronouns

  • She/Her