Elizabeth Salvatico was born in Mexico and was brought to the United States when she was 13. She has a family history of musical talent. Her father was in a band and she has an aunt and uncle that are both Philharmonic Orchestra players. She started singing at the age of 4. Elizabeth was a part of “Heart Reach International” in the late 90’s. Heart Reach was a Broadway style production that would minister the gospel to prisons, VA hospitals and homeless shelters. Elizabeth was also a featured soloist during a Crusade in Monterrey, Mexico led by Nikki Cruz. In Monterrey she was performing in front of 10,000 people at a time.
In 2006 Elizabeth went on a mission’s trip to Cuba where she was used mightily to minister to Churches there. In 2007 she went to Kenya, east Africa. In Kenya she was a part of a group who helped to repair the homes of some of the poorest people in the world. In Kenya she also performed her music in street ministry and at local schools spreading the love of Jesus to a hungry and impoverished nation. As a result of this trip Elizabeth wrote over 30 original songs and created her first solo album; “It All Belongs To Him”.
\"It All Belongs To Him” is an eclectic blend of Symphony Orchestra, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Gospel and Spanish Flair all perfectly blended with an African influence. This ambitious project seeks to merge different cultures musically all for the glory of God. The album is composed of all original music written by the artist and features Philharmonic orchestra players, actually audio from Kenya of the Masai and the Grammy nominated Wilmington Chester Mass Choir.