Jodie Rottle is a flutist, composer and improviser. She works in a variety of settings exploring new sound concepts, having performed new and original works across Australia and the United States.
Jodie’s work as a composer explores the sounds of everyday objects alongside traditional instruments. A central theme of her work is the element of surprise, and to achieve this she often skims the outer territories of performance art, puppetry, and comedy. Jodie is a member of Kupka’s Piano (Brisbane) and Dead Language (New York) where she performs and composes new chamber music. She is an alumna of the Manhattan School of Music (MM) and is currently pursuing a PhD at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.