Fiddler and composer Elizabeth Davidson-Blythe grew up in Boston, Massachusetts where she was introduced to Scottish traditional music at a young age through the playing of Hanneke Cassel.
After several years of accomplished classical playing, including performances with Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble, she rediscovered her love of traditional music when studying abroad in Edinburgh. Within weeks, she was playing almost every night in some of Scotland’s best known music venues, including the infamous Royal Oak and Sandy Bell’s.
Elizabeth performs regularly around the world, having performed extensively across two continents, in countries including the USA, Canada, Costa Rica, Iceland, Estonia, and France. She released her debut album with Manx musician Daniel Quayle in 2022.