Recorder player Lizzie Knatt’s work spans the worlds of early music and contemporary performance, and she particularly enjoys collaborating with composers to expand the repertoire of the instrument. As an accomplished interpreter of early music, Lizzie recently performed in an all-Bach programme at the Wigmore Hall with Rachel Podger. The recorder has given Lizzie the opportunity to travel across the UK, Europe and further afield – including to Israel, where she was a semi-finalist in the Tel Aviv Recorder Festival in February 2020.
Lizzie currently studies with Anna Stegmann at the Royal Academy of Music, London. She is a graduate of the University of Birmingham where she was awarded the Arnold Goldsborough Memorial Prize for her final recital.
Lizzie is grateful for the support of the Charlotte Fraser Foundation and Humphrey Richardson Taylor Charitable Trust.