Elīna Endzele has been a musician of the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra's percussion group since 2005. From 2012 to 2014, she was the concertmaster of the percussion group of the Liepaja Symphony Orchestra. She has worked as a teacher of percussion at the Bolderaja School of Art and Music. Nominated for the Grand Music Prize 2010 for work in the ensemble. She won the 2nd place in the Paris International Timpani Competition (2008). In 2009, she received the JVLMA and Swedbank Annual Award for Young Musician.
Since 2011, Elīna has been performing as a member of the Kremerata Baltica chamber orchestra. He plays a lot with the trio Art-i-Shock, the percussion ensemble "Perpetuum ritmico" and the metal wind and percussion ensemble Brasscussion (Berlin). Collaborates with organist Aigars Reini.
Elīna studied at Emīls Dārziņš Music High School with Dzintra Knābe and JVLMA with Edgars Saxons, who has a master's degree in class. She has supplemented her knowledge at the Utrecht University of the Arts, as well as in masterclasses with Robert van Sais, Kataržina Mička, and Erika Samī. Took private lessons at the Berlin Comic Opera solo timepiece Reinhard Toriser.