Cincinnati-based flutist Julianna Eidle is a sought-after performer, organizer, and educator. Julianna plays with ensembles throughout the Midwest, including Opera in the Ozarks, Opera Project Columbus, the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, and the Kentucky Symphony, Butler Philharmonic, and Richmond Symphony Orchestras. Julianna is a founding member of the Cincinnati New Music Ensemble, Thrive Hip Hop Orchestra, and New Downbeat and has appeared with the Linton Chamber Music Series and Concert:Nova. An advocate for new music, Julianna has premiered over 50 works for solo flute and ensemble and performed at the 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 Tallant Music Studio, Three Rivers Local School District, West Chester Academy, and Willis Music. She has presented masterclasses in Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio and served as the Teaching Assistant (flute) at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Julianna completed her Master of Music at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and the Performer Diploma and Bachelor of Music degrees at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. Her primary teachers include Demarre McGill, Thomas Robertello, Kathryn Lukas, and Christina Smith.