Elizabeth Landon served as the Principal Flute of the Charlotte Symphony for a decade starting in 2006. She has performed with national orchestras including the Minnesota Orchestra and the Houston Symphony. She has performed internationally with her flute/guitar duo in Barcelona, Spain, the Gratz Festival Orchestra in Austria, and the World Youth Orchestra in Japan. She received her undergraduate training with Walfrid Kujala at Northwestern University and her graduate training with Leone Buyse at Rice University.
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"Ms. Liz is an amazing teacher I have had the pleasure of working with for many years and she is great at making sure you are the best at your music and can grow as well. From a high-level concert ensemble to marching band to a club band or playing yourself, find a way to keep music in your life no matter what level or type of music that is!"
Ella will attend Virginia Tech with a major in Environmental Engineering. She served as Band President at Providence High School.
"Being Mrs. Liz’s student for seven years has been a wonderful experience. She is always patient and kind, and under her instruction, I learned so many tips and techniques that allowed me to succeed in auditions and in my ensembles."
Jane will attend Indiana University and major in Game Design. Her flute accolades include participation in District Band, State Band, Youth Orchestra of Charlotte, and YOC Flute Choir.
"As a student of Liz for five years, I can say that she is very thoughtful and insightful in her teaching. Under Liz, I have grown both musically and mentally. The progress I have made in my five years as her student is no doubt due to her. All in all, a teacher of high caliber who knows her stuff."
Julianna – will attend Northwestern University with a dual major in Flute Performance and Biology. Her accolades over the years include her participation in District Band, State Band, Charlotte Symphony Youth Orchestra, and Governor’s School of NC.