Born in the small town of Minot, North Dakota, Elizabeth Tin-Maung picked up the violin at seven years old. Quickly becoming one the state’s top violinists, she became the concertmaster of her elementary, middle, and eventually high school orchestras. She led the Central Campus High School Orchestra during a national competition in Florida, winning her school first place in both Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Music Divisions in 2014. She was also invited to play with the Minot Symphony Orchestra, a group composed of the Midwest’s music professors, instructors, and college students at the young age of fourteen. She has performed with Frank Sinatra Jr. at the Norsk Hostfest (2013) and was invited again the next year to play with Doc Severinsen (2014). Later, she moved to California to further her music education and became student conductor and concertmaster of the Jserra Catholic High School Symphony Orchestra. There, she performed multiple times at the Ritz Carlton for numerous charity events and at many churches for Catholic masses.
In 2017 she has been invited to coach and perform at the University of San Diego for Winter Chamber Heat and the Summer Chamber Music Festival. She currently pursues her goal of becoming a music educator at The University of San Diego and performs with The Greater San Diego Music Coterie, soon to go on their international tour in 2018.