Emily Revill is currently studying under Laura Jellicoe at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in Manchester. Originally from Derby, Emily has been involved in many orchestral projects across the East Midlands, playing with well established amateur ensembles such as the Nottingham Philharmonic and Derby Concert Orchestra. In 2013, she toured Toyota City in Japan with the Derbyshire City and County Youth Wind Band, performing high profile concerts for the mayor and also appearing on local Japanese TV. In 2015, Emily was appointed principal flautist of the Derbyshire City and County Youth Orchestra.
Now living and studying in Manchester, Emily has played in a variety of the RNCM's ensembles, including the Wind Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Sinfonietta and most recently RNCM's Symphony Orchestra. Emily has also participated in master classes with musicians such as Sir James Galway, Michael Cox, Paul Edmund-Davies, Richard Davis and Ian Clarke.
A keen chamber musician, she also plays as a member of The Dolce Flute Quartet, who regularly perform concerts in and around the North-West. The quartet have received coaching from musicians such as Andrea Oliva, Rob Buckland and Laura Jellicoe.
Emily will be performing in the 2019 Manchester International Festival production of "The Nico Project", co-created by Maxine Peake and Sarah Frankcom. In September 2019, Emily will begin studying for her Masters degree at the Royal Northern College of Music, supported by Help Musicians UK.