Giuditta Isoldi is an Italian flutist and oboist based in The Netherlands.
She studied Flute with Paolo Zampini at the Conservatory of Florence, where she graduated in 2008.
Then she focused her studies on Historical Performing Practice and in 2010 she moved to the Netherlands for studying at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague where she obtained a Bachelor in Traverso with Barthold Kuijken in 2013 and a Master in Traverso with Barthold Kuijken, Kate Clark and Wilbert Hazelzet in 2015.
She wrote her master thesis on the advent of the transverse flute in Italy and its use in mixed consorts during the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
Next to Traverso, since 2011, she studies baroque Oboe with Frank de Bruine.
She attended many masterclasses and performed in baroque ensembles and orchestras in Florence, Rome, Urbino, Cosenza, Modena, Barcelona, Freiburg, Leipzig, Cologne, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague.