Chamber Music, Coach Core
Elizabeth Brightbill lives in central Virginia where she performs in the flute and cello duo Terra Voce and teaches students of all ages. Prior to her move to Virginia, she held the position of Principal Flute with the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra for ten years and performed with a number of other orchestras across the country. Performance highlights with Terra Voce include appearances on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage and as a finalist in the National Flute Association Chamber Music Competition. Terra Voce currently performs throughout Virginia as a part of the Virginia Commission for the Arts Performing Arts Touring Program and the ensemble has recorded three CDs, one of which earned the “Editor’s Pick”
recognition on CD Baby. A recipient of multiple awards, Elizabeth was named a winner in the National Flute Association Research Competition, semi-finalist in the NFA Young Artist Competition, and 2nd Runner-up in the Myrna Brown Young Artist Competition. In addition to her performance with Terra Voce, Elizabeth’s current artistic pursuits include the study of Brazilian choro and early childhood flute education. She holds the Doctor of Music degree from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. She has taught at several universities throughout central Virginia, is on faculty at Crozet Arts, and teaches privately in her home studio in Crozet.