Elizabeth Herbin was born in Paris.

Disciple of Vlado Perlemuter at the CNSM of Paris where she enters at eleven years, she  obtains her first prizes of piano and chamber music.  Elizabeth Herbin benefits then from so exceptional musical meetings:  Nikita Magaloff, Aldo Ciccolini and Konstanty Schmaehling who taught her Russian School méthods in the great tradition of Anton  Rubinstein,  Lechetizky, Blumenfeld and Henrich Neuhaus.

Her passion for Beethoven will lead her to Wilhelm Kempff who will write: " Élizabeth Herbin is an exceptional musical talent, her play has large and personal power of expression".

In 1977, she receives the Foundation Sacha Schneider Prize.

Then since her she'a been giving  concerts in France and abroad.  She plays with various orchestral formations and of chamber music.  She records for the radio and television.  Her vast repertory extends from Scarlatti to the contemporary music.

Elizabeth Herbin teaches since 1979, in Paris, at the Jean-Philippe Rameau Conservatory and gives master-class and concerts in France, Canada, Japan, Poland, and then, in from 2002, in China.

Elizabeth Herbin has chosen lo live and prepare her concerts on the Island of Ré since 1996.  She organizes training courses of piano there in order to transmit to the young musicians a teaching which combines a deepening of the Art of the piano with that of the Art of living and of taking time to observe Nature.

Elizabeth Herbin is the daughter of the composer René Herbin, who died in air crash while on a tour to Japon with the famous violinist Jacques Thibaud . In 1992, she created the " Société Musicale  René Herbin" (S.M.R.H) the purpose of which is to make the œuvres of her father known.  In 1993, recording of a C.D devoted to the Quartets with piano of René Herbin and Florent Schmitt (Gallo 711, Integral distribution).

In projects;  the recording of the Sonata for violin and piano with Patrice Fontanarosa, and then, the Sonata for cello and piano, with Mark Drobinsky.