Flute Centre

Elisabeth Hobbs

Elisabeth studied with Gareth Morris at the Royal Academy of Music where she gained her degree and recital diploma. She has a busy career as a performer, teacher, ensemble director, and music journalist, and is highly regarded for her work with adult students on flute courses and one-to-one.

After graduating from the Royal Academy of Music, Elisabeth worked in Australia, where she performed with the leading symphony and opera orchestras. She has also toured with major shows including Evita and Les Misérables, and with the English National Ballet. She is now based in Oxford, England, where she is in demand as a freelance player.

Elisabeth is a Powell Artist and works in close collaboration with Paul Edmund-Davies on their Flute Feast courses in France and around the world. 

Elisabeth has been a guest artist at the British Flute Society Convention, the Australian Flute Festival, and the Adams Flute Festival in the Netherlands.

As well as performing and teaching, Elisabeth is the editor of PAN magazine, Journal of the British Flute Society. She is currently writing the authorised biography of Sir James Galway.

For more information and inspiration: http://www.flutesinspired.co.uk/ or http://www.flutesinspired.co.uk/france-may-2017