Elizabeth Mann is a featured performer in concert halls throughout the United States, Europe, and the Far East. She is a member of Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and is the principal flutist of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
In past seasons, a few of her performances have included a tour around the U.S. performing the Mozart flute concerto under the baton of Andre Previn, performances of the Brandenburg Concerti with Jaime Laredo in Spain and Japan, and the U.S. premiere of the Gubaidalina Concerto for flute and violin in Carnegie Hall with Gidon Kremer and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Recently, she performed with Yo Yo Ma’s Silk Road project.
Ms. Mann is the principal flutist of the Santa Fe Opera Company during her summers. In past seasons she has been a featured performer at various festivals including the Caramoor International Music Festival, the Lochenhaus Festival in Austria, the Santa Fe Chamber Festival, and the Moab Music Festival.
She has been the flutist of the Dorian Wind Quintet, played principal flute with the Minnesota Orchestra, the New Jersey Symphony, and performed with the Boston Symphony. Appearing in numerous recitals throughout, she has been heard at the Aldeborough music festival in London, the Library of Congress and Carnegie Hall in New York.
Ms. Mann attended the Juilliard School as a student of Julius Baker. After winning the Boston Young Artist Concerto Competition at the age of 12, her career began with a solo performance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She was also winner of the 1981 New York Flute Competition.
She can be heard on over 100 recordings. Her most recent include those with Garrick Ohlsson playing Chopin Variations, with Andre Previn in his own work, and a CD of Chopin transcriptions for flute and harp.