Elizabeth Mann has been highlighted in many concerts as principal flute of Orchestra of St. Luke’s and St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble since 1983. She has toured the United States performing the Mozart Flute Concerto under the baton of André Previn; traveled throughout Spain and Japan performing the Brandenburg Concertos with violinist/conductor Jaime Laredo; and was guest artist at the Lochenhaus Festival in Austria under the direction of Gidon Kremer. In 1998 Ms. Mann and Mr. Kremer played the U.S. premiere of Sofia Gubaidulina’s Concerto for Flute and Violin with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. She has appeared in recital at the Aldeburgh Music Festival in England, the Library of Congress, and Carnegie Hall. Other solo performances include concertos with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, and National Chamber Orchestra. She has performed with artists including Samuel Ramey, Joan Sutherland, and Victoria de Los Angeles, among others. She has played principal flute with the Minnesota Orchestra and New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and was acting associate principal flute with Boston Symphony Orchestra. She performs regularly with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Mann began studying flute at age eight. She won the Boston Young Artist Concerto Competition at age 12, performing as soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She is a graduate of The Juilliard School, where she was a student of Julius Baker. She can be heard on recordings by CBC Master works, Deutsche Grammophon, Angel Records, MusicMasters, and New World Records. Along with Deborah Hoffman, principal harpist of the Metropolitan Opera, she released Reflections: Transcriptions for Flute and Harp on Arabesque Records.