Flo Moore began playing music in a family band in which she played double bass, acoustic guitar and accordion. Joining her local music centre at the age of nine, she played in four different jazz bands including the Aylesbury Music Centre Dance Band. She currently plays in several function bands and other groups, and has performed at jazz venues around London such as Ronnie Scott's, the 606 Club and the Vortex. She appeared on BBC-TV's The One Show with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra and was a member of the Tomorrow's Warriors band that one the 2012 Yamaha Jazz Competition. At age 17, she took part in the GMF Tuscany International Jazz Summer School and was subequently invited back as a part-time tutor. She also gave a masterclass at Leeds College of Music with the Jason Rebello Trio, and was invited by Issie Barratt to be a mentor on a NYJC summer school.
In 2011 Flo gained a scholarship for the Royal Academy of Music jazz degree course, having completed the Junior Jazz course the previous year. Most recently she was a finalist in the 2012 Worshipful Company of Musicians Young Jazz Musician Competition.
Apart from music, Flo enjoys art and theatre and is an avid fan of Wolverhampton Wanderers.