Noemi Gyori Interview & Concert

Flute Center of New York  presents:

Noemi Gyori

Flute Unscripted Interview featuring Noemi Gyori
June 22, 2021, 5PM ET
Video interview with Caity Massoud premiering on Facebook
Noemi Gyori in Concert:  Iconic Women in Flute History
June 24, 2021, 5PM ET

Concert Premiere on Facebook and Youtube


Histories of instruments are deeply influenced by the unique artistry of the musicians who played them. ‘Iconic Women in Flute History’ is a series of recitals, created by Noemi Gyori, that celebrate female flutists who became leading artists in the historically male-dominated field. Motivated to push boundaries, these women have profoundly shaped the flute world into what
it is today.

The present programme focuses on Anna Amalia of Prussia, Cora Cardigan, Frances Blaisdell and Patricia Lynden, who opened doors and paved the way for many imaginative and outstanding contemporary female flute players, who continue to uncover and challenge the instrument’s possibilities, enchanting audiences and inspiring leading composers. The works presented in this programme pay tribute to each of these iconic female pioneers and showcase the instrument’s versatility from the early 1800s through the 20th Century.

  Anna Amalia of Prussia: Sonata in F for flute and continuo (11 min)
Allegro ma non troppo

Carl Reinecke: Sonata Undine op.167 (20 min)
Intermezzo, Allegretto vivace
Andante tranquillo
Finale, Allegro molto agitato ed appassionato, quasi Presto

Cécile Chaminade: Concertino in D major, op.107 (9 min)

Georges Bizet-François Borne: Carmen Fantasy (11 min)



NOEMI GYORI 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 is a Miyazawa Flutes artist. She plays a 14K gold LaFin headjoint, sponsored by the Solti Foundation and a 14K gold Miyazawa Boston flute, funded by the Philip Loubser Foundation. In Spring 2018 Noemi launched her ‘Noemi Colletion’, a series of collaboratively crafted art objects created with leading designers.