Noemi Gyori graduated with honors from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music and completed post-graduate studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, studying with Henrik Prőhle, Barbara Gisler-Haase, and András Adorján.
She is the first flutist to participate in the doctoral program at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she is currently pursuing her doctorate in performance, funded by the Philip Loubser Foundation.
As a soloist and chamber musician Noemi Gyori has performed in twenty-eight countries. She is a recipient of the European Cultural Prize for Young Artists (2011), the Career Prize of the Salon de Virtuosi Foundation New York (2012), and the Performers’ Prize of the Artisjus Music Foundation Hungary (2006, 2009).
Noemi Gyori is the principal flutist of the Jewish Chamber Orchestra Munich and has played as a guest member in the BBC Philharmonic and Vienna Philharmonic (Vienna State Opera). Noemi Gyori is an Associate Tutor in flute at the Royal Northern College of Music. She leads her studio at the Junior RNCM and has given masterclasses on three continents.
She has recorded for broadcast with the ORF, Deutschlandfunk, BRF, BBC, WQXR New York, Georgian Radio, Hungarian Radio, Arte, and Mezzo TV. Her recording of Nava's flute and guitar music were released in 2011, the CD Glowing Sonorities with sonatas by Schubert, Reinecke and Franck was published in 2016.
Noemi Gyori is a Miyazawa Flutes Artist, performing on a LaFin headjoint and a 14K gold Boston flute, sponsored by the Solti and Philip Loubser foundations.
Photography: Balázs Böröcz / Pilvax Studio
The Artist's Homepage: https://www.noemigyori.com/
Works by Beethoven, Giuliani, Haydn and Mozart
Noemi Gyori, Flute - Katalin Koltai, Guitar