In addition to her operatic repertoire, Elizabeth is a consummate recitalist, and has sung extensively in Europe, Asia and the United States. She has worked with notable conductors and has appeared as a guest soloist with many Orchestras in such works as Mahler’s Symphony No.4, Beethoven's Mass in C, and the Brahms, Fauré and Mozart Requiems, to name a few.
She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Gerda Lissner Opera competition, MacAllister Opera competition, the Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions, the Jenny Lind Soprano competition, the Rosa Ponselle competition, the Giulio Gari Foundation Opera competition and the Liederkranz Foundation competition and was the first ever recipient of the Randolph "Randy" Mickelson Memorial Fund Award. De Trejo is also a recipient of a career grant from the Career Bridges Foundation and the Sergio Franchi Foundation, and was honored to be recommended for the Richard Tucker Career Grant Awards.
Elizabeth can be seen on the EMI Classics DVD of Der Rosenkavalier with Vasselina Kasarova, Nina Stemma, and Alfred Muff under the direction of Franz Welser-Möst and Sven- Erich Bechtolf, live from Opernhaus Zürich. She attended Loyola University where she received a Bachelor of Music degree in Performance, and Yale University, earning her Master of Music. Post graduation, Ms. De Trejo joined the International Opera Studio of the Opernhaus Zürich. Elizabeth is a voice faculty member of The Curtis Institute, the former President of Joy In Singing, The Art Song Institute and heads her teaching studio, Studio De Trejo, a refined study studio focusing on Bel Canto vocal technique.