Chloë Ellen Jones

Chloë Ellen Jones was born in Merseyside in 2001 and attends Merchant Taylors’ Girls School
in Crosby, Liverpool. She has been playing the flute since 2006 and has studied at the Junior
Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester under the guidance of Jonathan Rimmer since
2013. In February 2016 Chloë was awarded first prize at the British Flute Society Class B
section for 14-18 year olds, after winning the BFS Under 14 School Performer section in 2014.
As the 2016 winner, she was delighted to be invited to perform as a soloist at the BFS
Convention in August 2016.


Chloë is Principal Flute at the JRNCM Symphony Orchestra and the Liverpool Philharmonic
Youth Orchestra and she regularly plays with the National Youth Chamber Orchestra of Great
Britain. She has performed several concertos, most recently with the Liverpool Philharmonic
Youth Orchestra; in April 2017 Chloë won the woodwind section at the prestigious Gregynog
Young Musician of the Year competition, and she is regularly invited to give recitals and
chamber music concerts all over the UK.


Chloë was awarded her ABRSM Diploma with distinction in December 2014 and achieved a
high distinction in her LRSM Diploma in December 2016. She is a proud Galway Academy
student, regularly attending masterclasses with Sir James and Lady Jeanne Galway both in
Switzerland and in the UK.


Chloë has performed at The Houses of Parliament, Sage Gateshead, Cadogan Hall London,
Liverpool Anglican and Metropolitan Cathedrals, St George’s Hall, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall,
Penryhn Castle, Royal College of Music in London and Cambridge University.


In her spare time Chloë is an official fundraiser for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, a
charity close to her heart, and has recently been nominated as a Community Champion finalist
in their Annual Star Awards 2017. She is a keen advocate of music education and gives her
time to perform and mentor younger musicians attending the Liverpool Music Resonate Hub.


Chloë plays on a Haynes Custom Made 5% gold flute, with an N Cut headjoint with 14K lip plate
and riser which was specially made for her which she absolutely adores, and in March 2016,
following her competitive success, she was thrilled and very proud to be invited to become the
first ever “Haynes Young Artist” by the William S. Haynes Co.