Daisy Noton Flutist

Daisy Noton Flute

Daisy studies flute with Karen Jones at The Royal Academy of Music and was a Woodwind Category Finalist in BBC Young Musician 2020. She previously studied with Susan Torke at the Junior department of The Royal Academy of Music. She has had many successes in international competitions including: First Prize Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition, First Prize Chicago International Music Competition (Young Artist II) and Prizewinner at the British Flute Society competitions 2017 (School Performer), 2018 and 2021 (Young Performer). 
Daisy made her flute concerto debut in 2014 at the John Lewis concert in Ardingly Chapel and has since performed concertos with the London Mozart Players, Hastings Sinfonia and the Sussex Concert Orchestra. Daisy is a dedicated solo performer. She performed her first evening solo recital with Anne Marshall at the Opus Theatre, Hastings in November 2018 and has since performed as a soloist in Venice and at prestigious venues in the United Kingdom including at Birmingham Symphony Hall, Glyndebourne, St John’s Smith Square and the Duke’s Hall, London. She has also performed throughout East Sussex, at local churches, at the Hastings White Rock and Opus Theatres and Eastbourne’s Winter Garden. 
Also an orchestral player, Daisy was principal flute of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (NYO) in 2021, playing at the BBC Proms in August 2021 and has been a member of NYO since 2018. Daisy is currently principal flute of the Hastings Sinfonia and has played guest principal for the Sussex Concert Orchestra. In 2018, Daisy was appointed principal flute for the International Composers Festival Orchestra, conducted by John Andrews and is thrilled to have been appointed principal flute as well as Junior Ambassador for the 2022 Festival.

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