In junior high school, Elíz's music teacher noticed her gift for singing and encouraged her to compete in the National Honors Chorus competition. Eliz represented her school placing in the top finals for the junior high school level. While developing her musical talents, Elíz had her first acting experience in the role of "Rebecca" in the local theatre post-production, Our Town, (Thornton Wilder). At age 15, Eliz graduated from John Casablanca’s Modeling & Career Center with a certification in “Select TV/Print”.
Eliz made her on screen debut at 17 in the independent film Trumpet My Return, playing the role of a troubled teen student. Eliz turned down acceptance to the Applied Meteorology program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to further explore her passion for stardom in the entertainment industry. Elíz's musical career began to take off in 2008 with her first stadium appearance, accompanied by an ensemble chosen to sing the National Anthem for the President Obama Rally held at the Crown Arena in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Elíz made her musical stage play debut at Cape Fear Regional Theatre in their production of Westside Story (2009) playing the part of “Consuelo”. This was followed by her appearance in the principal role of “Taylor McKessie”, in Disney’s® High School Musical 2, “On Stage” (2009) and national appearances in several television commercials, including Coca-Cola® “Summer Fun” (2009) and ESPN-U® “University of Florida” (2009).
Elíz was chosen to perform as one of the Ray Kennedy entertainers on the Palm Beach Princess Cruise ship performing “The Sounds of Christmas” (2009) as the lead female soprano. Eliz was the only independent recording artist featured on the “Microsoft Windows Media Guide” ® during the week of the 2011 Grammy’s. She was also featured on the first female compilation album titled “She Got Next”. While already known as the “down-south, sultry, “ultra-sexy” diva, Eliz has made quite an impression on the “Big Apple” including being the special-guest/presenter/co-host at the 2011 Hip Hop Underground Music Awards at B.B. Kings in New York City in which she performed her song “Get Loose” before a cheering standing room only audience. Eliz was the opening act for "Grammy-Award" winning songwriter/singer "Gordon Chambers" at the "One Night Only with Gordon Chambers" show which supported the "non-profit" organization "Samaritan's Feet".
She has shared the stage with other headlining acts including Boyz II Men, Vivian Green, Omarion, and Yolanda Adams at the 2012 CIAA “Toyota Fan Experience” and with Tyra Banks, Kim Burell, Kelly Price, Robin Thicke, and Anthony Hamilton at the 2012 Women’s Empowerment Expo. 2012 also saw Elíz land a role in the motion picture Changing the Game (2012) playing “Julissa”, the sexy, flirtatious Latina flight attendant. During her impressive young career, Elíz has already captured many notable awards and garnered several features including the "2012 Female R&B of the Year" (NCUMAS), "Featured Hottest R&B Singer” (Windows Media Guide®), “Artist of the Week” (Reverb Nation®),” Best New Artist of the Year” 2010 (Independent Artist Music Awards 2010), “Musician of the Month” (TalkofNc.com), WORLD NEWS®, FAMOUS WHY®, Carolina Entertainers of the Month (Carolina Artists®), CheckMateNewYork.com, HotStepz Magazine, Musician of the Month (CHASEMEBABY.COM), Shive Magazine, El Barrio Magazine, SASS Magazine, Disarray Magazine and X-Pozsed Magazine Primetyme Magazine and many others. Elíz is currently working on her highly anticipated album titled “House of Mirrors” and has released her first Urban/Adult Contemporary single, "Get Loose", which first premiered on “All Access Music Group”. The world awaits the certain meteoric rise of Eliz Camacho to the upper echelon of the entertainment industry.
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