Liz’s playing embodies the perfect combination of sensitive musicianship and brilliant technique.
— John Jeter, Music Director, Fort Smith Symphony
 
 

Elizabeth Shuhan is a visiting lecturer of flute at Cornell University, a lecturer in music education at Ithaca College and is the flute instructor at Opus Ithaca Music School. She is principal flutist of the Fort Smith Symphony (AR) and performs regularly with Opera Ithaca, the Shuhan-Luk Trio and the Ithaca Flute Duo. She is also a member of the Cornell Wind Quintet and frequently performs with the Ithaca New Music Collective.

 

Ms. Shuhan has held positions with the North Arkansas Symphony, the Meridien Symphony (MS) and has performed guest principal flute with the Rochester Chamber Orchestra, Binghamton Philharmonic, Finger Lakes Opera, and the Skaneateles Music Festival. Ms. Shuhan has recorded for Naxos, Albany and PBS and is a Burkart Flutes Artist. She performs on a Burkart 14K gold flute with a platinum headjoint.