Liselotte Rokyta studied to play the panflute with the internationally renowned Romanian panflute-player Nicolae Pîrvu. She took masterclasses with Gheorghe Zamfir and Simion Stanciu and regularly travelled to Romania to familiarise herself with the authentic Romanian style of playing. In 1997 she lived in Maramures (North Romania) for three months where she investigated the (until now rather unknown) vocal form called “Hora cu noduri” because of her Romanian philology studies.

Liselotte often works together with well-known Dutch organ players, performing at concerts in the Netherlands and abroad. Next to that she forms a cimbalom/panflute duo with her husband Jan Rokyta. Together they offer a programme that combines classical music with world music. She is also a panflute teacher attached to the Bourdon Higher vocational education of Music (a music academy), Academy of Music in Zwolle and the “Scholen in de kunst” in Amersfoort.

With the activities of Musical Wines in mind Liselotte added a wine certificate to her accomplishments in 2002. During 2003 and 2004 she took intensive courses at the Wine Academy in Maarn.