Hailed for her passionate and vibrant performances as well as the creative, elaborate interpretations which have captivated audiences worldwide, Noemi Gyori is quickly establishing a name in the classical music scene as an exceptional and versatile flutist, equally in demand as soloist, chamber musician, orchestral flutist and pedagogue, both on the modern and baroque flutes.
Noemi graduated with honours from the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest from the class of Henrik Prőhle in 2007 and completed post-graduate studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna with Barbara Gisler-Haase and at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München with András Adorján. She has participated in the masterclasses of Aurèle Nicolet, Pierre Yves-Artaud, Marina Piccinini, Paul Meisen, William Bennett, and Michael M. Kofler and, through the Erasmus exchange programme, has spent a semester at the Sibelius Academy working with Petri Alanko. She has studied the baroque flute with Lisa Beznosiuk at the Royal Academy of Music and with Benedek Csalog in Budapest.
Noemi is currently pursuing her doctorate in Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London, working on her „Classical Flute and Guitar‟ project. She is the first flutist ever to be accepted onto the highly prestigious MPhil/PhD course of the Academy, which she is completing as a fellow of the Philip Loubser Foundation.