“Elizabeth Erenberg’s flute provided the accompaniment for the muses of music, comedy, and tragedy—depictions that were alternately distant but lyrical, lively and playful, and contemplative and precise. A strong command of technique and style was evident as expressively navigated the shifting tone palette and different character of each piece.”
– The Boston Musical Intelligencer
Hailed as “virtuosic” by The Boston Globe, flutist Elizabeth Erenberg enjoys an active musical life as a freelancer, teacher, and recording artist. Elizabeth’s powerful sound has been heard on commercial recordings by Evening Sun Music, her 2014 album ASCEND, Idyllwild Arts, the Atlantic Music Festival, and the airwaves of KUSC Los Angeles and WCRB Boston.
When she’s not performing, Elizabeth is a committed teacher to her private studio and a clinician in local schools. Behind the scenes, Elizabeth has been an advocate for music in organizations like NPR’s From the Top, Tufts University’s Department of Music, and MusicOvation, an online platform for innovative music news.
Elizabeth holds degrees from New England Conservatory of Music the University of Oregon. She currently plays with the York Symphony Orchestra, Codo Ensemble, Evening Sun Music, and more.