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Julianna Eidle is a Cincinnati-based performer, organizer, and educator.


Eidle holds the Second Flute/Piccolo chair with Opera in the Ozarks (Eureka Springs, Arkansas) and performs with orchestras throughout the Midwest, including Opera Project Columbus, the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Butler Philharmonic Orchestra, Richmond Symphony Orchestra, and Columbus Indiana Philharmonic. Julianna frequently collaborates with the Linton Chamber Music Series and Concert:Nova, presenting diverse, community-focused programs.


A passionate collaborator, Julianna is Artistic Director of Cincinnati New Music, a resident Performing Artist with the Contemporary Art Music Project in Tampa, FL, and Co-Director of New Downbeat, a Cincinnati chamber ensemble rooted in intersectional feminism. An advocate for new music, Julianna has premiered over 50 works for solo flute and ensemble and performed at the BMI Composer Awards, SHE: Festival of Women in Music, Society of Composers, Inc. Student National Conference, and the Midwest Composers Symposium.  In 2021, Julianna received a GSG Research Fellowship for Interdisciplinary and Diverse Study in support of her recent commissioning project, Sadie’s Story, which explores the complicated global conditions of today’s emi/immigration crisis.


An active educator, Julianna maintains a busy teaching schedule working with students at the University of Cincinnati, Tallant Music Studio, and Willis Music. She has presented classes on flute, piccolo, and chamber music throughout the Midwest and Southeastern US. Julianna teaches the foundations of healthy playing, encouraging each student to express their unique voice. With interests in artistic wholeness, Julianna has pursued studies in Deep Listening, Yoga Teacher Certification, and The Well’s My True SELF program.


Julianna has appeared at festivals throughout North America and Europe. In 2019, she attended the Galway Flute Festival in Weggis, Switzerland on full scholarship. Julianna has participated in the National Music Festival, SPLICE Institute, Domaine Forget International Music Festival (Canada) with Emanuel Pahud and the Orford Music Academy (Canada) with Robert Langevin. Additionally, she has performed in masterclasses with Stefán Höskuldsson, Kersten McCall, Barthold Kuijken, Jeffrey Khaner, Emma Gerstein, and Todd Skitch.


Julianna holds degrees from Indiana University (BM and Performer Diploma) and the University of Cincinnati (MM,) where she is currently pursuing her DMA. Her primary teachers include Demarre McGill, Thomas Robertello, Kathryn Lukas, and Christina Smith.


Julianna plays a silver Straubinger flute and a Brannen Lafin headjoint.


* For more information about Julianna's administrative experiences, follow the link below to her LinkedIn.

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