Flutist STEPHANIE JUTT's elegant artistry and passionate intellect have inspired musicians and audiences around the world. Her groundbreaking performances of new music, transcriptions, and traditional repertoire have made her a model for adventurous flutists everywhere. Her recordings are available on Centaur, GM, and University of Wisconsin Press. Her recent recording, Latin American and Spanish Masterpieces for flute and pianohas recently been released on Albany Records, and is a result of extensive travels in South America. As described in the Boston Globe, With an infallibly lovely tone and a strong, inquisitive musical personality, Jutt gave it all of her considerable all.

Ms. Jutt received first prize at the Concert Artist Guild and Pro Musicis International Soloist competitions, and was a finalist in the International Walter W. Naumburg Competition.  She has performed in recital throughout the United States, Europe, South America and Asia. She received Bachelor and Masters degrees at the New England Conservatory of Music, where her teachers were James Pappoutsakis and Paula Robison. She completed an additional year of study with the legendary Marcel Moyse. New editions of three Brahms sonatas, the Reineke Sonata and the Karg-Elert Caprices, edited by Stephanie Jutt, are published by International Music Publishing. An anthology of the Latin American pieces on her recent recording is in process.

Ms. Jutt has served as a board member and Program Chair for the National Flute Association, and is currently a member of the Career and Artistic Guidance committee as well as the New Music Advisory committee. A dedicated teacher, Ms. Jutt is on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she performs with the Wingra Wind Quintet, and she is principal flutist of the Madison Symphony. A lifelong entrepreneur, she is the creator of UW-Madison Arts Enterprise, which provides career guidance, viable life strategies and support for emerging artists. 

Stephanie Jutt is co-founder and artistic director, with pianist Jeffrey Sykes, of the critically acclaimed three-week chamber music festival, the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society: www.bachdancinganddynamite.org. The festival presented its twenty-fifth season in June, 2016.