Elizabeth Steiner enjoys a diverse career as a freelance harpist based in Philadelphia. An accomplished orchestral harpist, Elizabeth has most recently performed as principal harp with the Baltimore Symphony, Delaware Symphony, Orchestra 2001, Lancaster Symphony, Maryland Symphony, and second harp with the Sarasota Orchestra, among others. Comfortable across genres, Ms. Steiner has performed with a wide variety of artists such as Moses Sumney and Josh Groban. She holds a Master’s Degree in Harp Performance from Temple University where she was awarded a scholarship to study with Elizabeth Hainen, and a Bachelor’s of Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music as a scholarship student under Yolanda Kondonassis. As a Teaching Artist for the Lyra Society, a nonprofit that provides harp lessons to 30 students across Philadelphia, Elizabeth teaches a weekly group harp class at Philadelphia High School for Girls and private lessons at Central High School. Elizabeth has spent her summers performing at the Siena Music Festival in Siena, Italy and on faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music Summerfest Young Artist Program.