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Liz Lambson is an artist, musician, writer, and mother to five boys. Liz performs as a string bassist with the Ballet West Orchestra as well as the children’s singer-songwriter Lizzy Luna, the creator of the music-and-movement program Yoga Storytime & Songs. She released her first album of original children’s yoga music, Reach to the Sky, in 2018. Her writing has been featured in publications including the New Era and the New York Times.
As an active member of Utah’s arts and culture community, Liz is a member of the Utah Black Artists Collective and serves on the board of the up-and-coming Utah Black History Museum (UBHM). Her artwork is featured on Salt Lake City’s Black Lives Matter mural at City Hall and the exterior of the mobile Utah Black History Museum bus, a traveling exhibit sponsored by Black Lives Matter Utah.
After living in Colorado, California, Oregon, New York, and Missouri, Liz settled in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2017. In her spare time she enjoys needlework, gardening, road trips, and Scrabble.