Lisa-Maree Amos was born in Brisbane, Queensland, and enjoyed a lively and varied international career before making the move to Melbourne, where she has been performing with Orchestra Victoria since 2007. She attended the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and the Royal College of Music in London, as well as several summer programs, including two years as a fellow of the Tanglewood Music Festival in Boston, the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado, Schleswig Holstein Music Festival and the World Orchestra in Germany. While living in London, she played and toured with many of the city’s great orchestras. Highlights include playing with the BBC Symphony in the London Proms, recording with the Bournemouth Symphony, numerous ballet seasons at Covent Garden and touring with The Royal Ballet Sinfonia. She then moved to the USA, where she played with the Boston Symphony, the Pacific Symphony, the Colorado Music Festival and the Los Angeles Flute Quartet.
Lisa-Maree Amos' Principal Flute position is generously supported by Peter Griffin AM & Terry Swann.
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Lisa-Maree grew up on a boat, mostly moored in Moreton Bay, Queensland.