Collection of notable flutists who have made publicly available recordings of the flute repertoire represented on the MASTERING the FLUTE website.
Noemi Gyori is a Hungarian flutist, teacher, and scholar.
She studied flute with Henrik Prőhle at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, with Barbara Gisler-Haase at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, and with András Adorján at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München. Additionally, she has participated in the masterclasses of Aurèle Nicolet, Pierre Yves-Artaud, Marina Piccinini, Paul Meisen, William Bennett, and Michael M. Kofler as well as studied with Petri Alanko at the Sibelius Academy for one semester as part of the Erasmus exchange program.
Noemi is the first flutist ever to be accepted into the highly prestigious MPhil/PhD course in Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Noemi gave her Carnegie Hall debut in October 2011 as a First Prize Winner of the Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition and, in the same year, was awarded the European Cultural Prize for Young Artists, following in the footsteps of former laureates such as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Julia Fischer, and Sol Gabetta.
Noemi has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician at major international festivals and as a guest flutist with the BBC Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Since 2008, she has been the principal flute of the Jewish Chamber Orchestra Munich and played as a guest with, among others, the BBC Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the latter at the Vienna State Opera. Noemi has led her flute studio at the Junior Royal Northern College of Music since 2011 and is a visiting tutor at the University of Manchester since 2019.
Noemi has made recordings for the ORF, Deutschlandfunk, BRF, BBC, WQXR New York, Georgian Radio, Hungarian Radio, Hungaroton, Arte and Mezzo.
In 2024, Noemi will appear as a soloist with the Turku Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège, premiering Thaleia Concerto, dedicated to her by British composer, Christian Mason as well as appearing as the soloist of the Hungarian premier of Weinberg's First Flute Concerto with the Liszt Academy Orchestra.