Artist of many sounds, Elizabeth Woolley was only four year old when she was enchanted with the sounds of his father’s bass – Pete Woolley. German and English descent, from which she inherited refined taste in music, and with a composer and jazz bassist at home, Elizabeth Woolley’s path was lined up. Therefore she made the flute her voice, contrasting soft and accute melodies to the grave of the deep bass. Elizabeth started at 14 with erudite transversal flute lessons ant participated on choirs in São Paulo. Along with Pete, she fed on jazz, brazilian instrumental music and bossa nova, putting forth its sound through popular music, which she could share with many ears and with many people.