Elinor

Elinor
A native of Tasmania, Australia, Elinor's musical training began early and was largely a classical immersion. Playing in local youth orchestras and chamber groups, she developed a tone and style largely in the French tradition.

Making San Francisco home since 1994, Elinor has studied at the Community Music Center and more recently at The Jazz School in Berkeley. Here she has begun to incorporate more pop styles and improvisation into her repertoire with the influence of teachers Mary Fettig and Mark Levine.

Elinor has emerged on the local live scene with guest appearances with the likes of Frank Orral (Poi Dog Pondering) and as a regular with numerous ensembles working private functions (weddings and gallery openings). For the past year she has also doubled on percussion and backup vocals, when not playing flute, with Skye Elgards' Hazy Blue Project. Elinor joined COPUS at the end of 1997.

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