After graduating from the Conservatoire in Bordeaux and Asnières (France), Elizabeth Boudjema became interested in jazz and improvisation, specialising in the professional cycle at the CIM (Centre d’Informations Musicales) in Paris.
At the same time, she continued to study musical writing at the Hector Berlioz Conservatory in Paris.
During this period, she performed on stage accompanying numerous artists in France and Italy (Roberto Sironi, Arthur H, Joseph Racaille, Lucide Beausonge, Roberto Sironi, Dora Lou, Rido Bayonne…) and participated in many jazz recordings (Didier Lockwood, Didier Levallet, Thierry Maillard…). …) light music (Joseph Racaille, Juliette, Vincent Delerme, Arthur H, Thomas Fersen, Dick Annegarn, Princess Erika…) African music (Manu Dibango, Ismael Lo, Rido Bayonne), ballet music (Philippe Découfflé) and television shows (François Feldman, Stéphane Eicher, Joseph Racaille…).
She has also worked at the Sacem (French Society of Authors, Composers and Music Publishers) as a transcriber of musical scores.
After living in Milan, Italy for more than fifteen years, she now divides her time between Italy and France.