Elizabeth Field is a sought-after performer on both period and modern instruments. She is the founder and co-director of the Vivaldi Project and concertmaster of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem. She has also served as concertmaster for several period instrument ensembles including The Washington Bach Consort and Opera Lafayette. She and Vivaldi Project co-director Stephanie Vial are also founders and directors of the Modern Early Music Institute (historical performance practice on modern instruments) held annually in Washington DC. Field is currently a professor of violin at George Washington University and a guest instructor of historical performance practice at the Curtis Institute of Music. Her collaborative DVD with fortepianist Malcolm Bilson, Performing the Score, which explores 18th-century performance practice of violin/piano repertoir,e is currently in production. A live recording of the Vivaldi Project’s highly acclaimed performance of the six C.P.E. Bach String Symphonies, conducted by Maestro John Hsu, will be released by Centaur Records in November of 2011.