Over The Rainbow with Elizabeth Webb and John Colianni Trio

Over The Rainbow with Elizabeth Webb and John Colianni Trio

Elizabeth has been singing professionally for over a decade and teaching voice and piano since 2007. She has an extensive history performing jazz, musicals, classical concerts, and weddings. She is known for her versatility in many different genres.

Elizabeth studied at Mansfield University and graduated with a BM in Music Education and a BA in Vocal Performance in 2011. She has also toured Ireland, England, Austria, Wales, Slovenia, and Italy with the Mansfield University Concert Choir. Elizabeth has had the privilege of private studies with Dr. Jean-Anne Teal, Dr. Peggy Dettwiler, and Dr. Alissa Rose at Mansfield University, as well as Peter Eldridge of The New York Voices and jazz writer and educator Phil Matson.

Recently, Elizabeth was awarded Quarter finalist and accepted to perform live at the American Traditions Vocal Competition held in Savannah, Georgia. She also just made her New York City debut in March, performing at Birdland Theatre in Manhattan. She was a featured soloist in THE LINEUP: Broadway’s Variety Show!, in the summer of 2019 at Birdland Theatre on Broadway. While performing at Birdland, she met jazz pianist and arranger world renowned John Colianni, and the two have collaborated for the past year making an album together and starting to plan tours for the upcoming year. Elizabeth loves her family, and loves to share music with others as much as she can!

John Colianni is a pianist and arranger, based in Philadelphia and NYC. Notable gigs have included long-term stints with Mel Torme, Lionel Hampton, Les Paul, Larry Coryell, and Steve Miller. John, who currently tours and records with his own trio and big band, is a Concord Jazz recording artist, and was a prizewinner in the 1st International Thelonius Monk Piano Competition.


Friday, Nov 12th, 2021


7:00 pm


The Friedman Auditorium
The State Theatre

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