Elisabeth Möst



Elisabeth Möst’s concerts are an experience. With the beauty of her tone, her touching ability and her profound, impressive musicality, she creates an atmosphere in the concert hall that fascinates every time. 

The Austrian flautist studied at the Linz and Vienna Private Universities of Music and completed master classes with William Bennett, Maxence Larrieux and Aurele Nicolet. After the diploma examination, her musical path led to private studies with Manuela Wiesler (Vienna) and to the Royal Academy of Music in London with William Bennett. 

E. Möst play is characterized by transparency, truthfulness and her art of making transitions exciting. 

As a multiple prize winner, the artist celebrated her debut in London in 2001 with the world premiere of a work by Helmut Neumann, with he composed especially for her. 

Her extensive repertoire with ranges from the baroque to the modern, inspires audiences. Inspired by nature and intellectual ideas, she creates themed evenings that are among the most interesting of our time, both in therms of music and content. 

Many contemporary composers (including Violeta Dinescu, Nicolai Badinski, W.A. Schultz) have dedicated works to Elisabeth Möst. She is a sought after interpreter go contemporary music. 

She also made guest appearances as a soloist and chamber musician in Europe, South America and the USA and was a welcome guest at international festivals. Möst also celebrated international success in Istanbul and Sofia in 2009. In May of the same year she was a “special guest” at the international flute festival in Lima, Perú, where she also held master classes. In 2010 she was invited to open the “Nature” Festival alongside stars like G. Kremer and B. Skride. Duo evenings together with the international violinist and violist Elisabeth Kufferath are planned for 2013. 

In 2012 Möst gave concerts in Italy, Austria, Germany and Slovakia. She was also invited to play at the international flute festival for the British in Manchester, where she also gave a lecture on the new flute concerto by Helmut Neumann (3rd Viennese School). 

Möst is ambassador of the Klanglinieninstitut in Vienna. 

Möst has been creating “mediative audio pictures” for some time, with are defined as a mixture of spoken language, music and spiritual ideas and are topic related. 

Möst is a lecturer at the International Academy (ITA) in Göttingen, a guest lecturer at the Music Academy in Sofia and runs her own course in Aflenz (Styria) and at the Bavarian State Music Academy. In 2013, Elisabeth Möst gave concerts in Malta and Australia for the first time.

In her free time she write poems and children’s stories (What the snow can tell you, NOVUM Verlag) Elisabeth Möst’s concerts are an experience.