About Elizabeth Tremblay
Elizabeth Tremblay (Parrillo) is a vocalist with roots in Rhode Island and Central & Eastern Massachusetts. She grew up singing in church with her Mother, who was the Music Director at their home parish. Her love for music grew as she started serving as a cantor/soloist for various churches and throughout Southern New England. She continues to sing in churches alongside her husband, Ryan Tremblay, a Christian singer/songwriter.
Liz has also performed as a singer with various groups/artists including JaynJoe (Boston, MA area acoustic rock duo), Sure Thing (Rhode Island/Southeastern MA Top 40 wedding/dance band), Mike Tanaka and Friends (Rhode Island Jazz ensemble), and Mango Trio (Rhode Island jazz trio). She is currently co-writing & recording an album of original music.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance and Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a concentration in Speech and Hearing Science. She earned a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Rhode Island. She has been working professionally in the field of Speech Pathology since 2004 and currently works at Rhode Island Hospital, where she specializes in Voice Disorders, Neurologic Rehabilitation, Stuttering, and Head and Neck Cancer Rehabilitation. Elizabeth has also served as an adjunct instructor for the Communications Department at Rhode Island College in Providence, RI for the past nine years, teaching an undergraduate Vocal Improvement course. In addition, Elizabeth has over 10 years' experience as a singing voice teacher. In addition to her clinical work and teaching, Liz provides lectures to professional voice communities on vocal health.
Other interests include theater and ballroom dance. As an actress, Liz has over 20 years of experience performing on stage in leading roles including her role of "Maria" in West Side Story in 2009 (Motif award) and 2012 in Providence, RI.