Born and raised in Germany, Juliane moved to The Netherlands to receive her degrees at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and eventually made her way to Los Angeles in the summer of 2012.
There she can be found on trombones (bass, tenor and contrabass) and tuba, playing concerts on open air stages and in tucked away places... jazz clubs, theatres, beautiful halls, live music establishments and exclusive studios are her home. In a huge and diverse city like Los Angeles it's difficult and maybe redundant to choose which genre to belong to, so why not do it all and try to make music and connect with musicians crossing all stylistic borders?
It is certainly rewarding trying to make it in a city that creates and buries dreams as regularly as the sun disappears behind Mulholland Drive.
Juliane has played with artists ranging from Quincy Jones, Jeff Hamilton and John Clayton to Lady Gaga and the Dirty Projectors as well as recording for TV, Motion Pictures and the Golden Globes... working in the famous LA studios with many of their infamous players.
She is fortunate, though – with a thorough education, strong values, a thick skin and an open yet quick mind she found her place in a work environment that is nothing short of ever inspiring.
Juliane also loves the Culinary Arts and when she has some free time she likes to run and practice Jeet Kune Do.
Photo by Mehdi Hassine