In this week's episode, Kevin and Robb talk to Elizabeth Zharoff, the ridiculously talented and prolific international opera singer, voice coach and audio designer.
Zharoff comes from a musical family, and sure enough, she loved the feeling performing gave her at her first major performance in high school. “I remember the feeling of time slowing down,” she said said. “I think the way that you experience time is changed when you’re in a really great performance or just really enjoying music.”
Zharoff parlayed that love of music and performing into a diverse and prolific career. She has performed in major music halls through Europe, Asia, and North and South America, doing so in more than 15 languages. After starting out solely in opera, Zharoff branched off quickly into other areas, including a seemingly disparate one: video game music. “I’ve always been a gamer,” she said. “I love video games.”
Zharoff’s composition for the game “Roshamboroo” won the 2014 Dolby Audio Competition. Seemingly whatever she tries her hand at, she succeeds.
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