Irish-born flutist Emma Elkinson is a musician of remarkable talents and diverse interests whose extensive performing experience runs the gamut from contemporary chamber music and concerto soloist appearances to performances with the Ukrainian Mandolin Orchestra and a concert for the Pope.
Emma has appeared as a concerto soloist, orchestral player, chamber ensemble musician and recitalist across Ireland and in Canada, Italy, Scotland, Germany, Denmark and France. A member of the chamber music ensembles Fluterra and the Ardeleana Trio, she is also principal flutist for the Classical Music Consort and the Etobicoke Philharmonic. Other performance credits include appearances with Opera Interna, the Patria Theatre Company the Dublin Symphony Orchestra, Hibernian and St. Cecilia Orchestras, Aradia Ensemble, Jubilee Festival Orchestra and more. With a keen sense of humanitarian and community spirit, she also performs regularly at hospitals, hospices, homes for the aged and other similar venues.
As a soloist Emma has appeared internationally playing modern and baroque flutes and recorder. Upcoming engagements this season include concerto performances with the National Orchestra of Ireland.
Emma holds both Diploma and Advanced Certificates of Performance from the Royal School of Music, London, UK; studied at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Performance from the University of Toronto.Tweet