As a recording artist she has a discography of multiple CDs, including her debut „Meisterwerke für Flöte” (2018), “Diamonds of Flute” and a CD recording with the NDR Choir “Moonnight”.

Besides she is engaged as an author in different genres and published books in different well known publishing companies in Germany. She regularly is part of juries in competitions and is host and moderator of her own podcast "Artist Lounge Podcast".
Katharina Martini studied at HfMDK Frankfurt, Germany with Thaddeus Watson and received her Bachelor's and Masters's degree with distinction. 2022 she received her MicroMaster in Writing for Performance and Entertainment Industry of University of Cambridge. She learned from many masters such as Emmanuel Pahud, Sir James Galway, Denis Bouriakov, Peter-Lukas Graf and Philippe Bernold.
Katharina Martini is a Pearl Artist of Europe and plays a golden handmade maesta Pearl Flute.



Katharina Martini is a passionate flutist, author and pedagogue around the world.
Her career was launched when she won several national and international 1st prizes of prestigous competitions such as first prize at "American Protégé” in New York, "Grand Prize Virtuoso" in Amsterdam, "Vienna International Music Competition" and "International Young Musician Competition Città di Barletta“. Her debuts at New York’s Carnegie Hall and Concertgebouw Amsterdam followed. From the German Festival “Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival” she won the grant award.
Katharina Martini is performing world-wide and conducting masterclasses at universities, academies and festivals.
She performs as soloist and chambermusician in famous festivals, such as Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival, Festspiele Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Rheingau Musik Festival and well known concert halls, e.g. Laeiszhalle, Elbphilharmonie and Berliner Philharmonie, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Carnegie Hall. The concerts take her regulary to US and around Europe.
She is a scholarship holder of the german music foundation “Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben”, “Hans und Eugenia Jütting Stiftung” and “Freunde Junger Musiker”.