Julia Eichten is a graduate of the Juilliard School, where she received the Hector Zaraspe Award in recognition of her choreography in 2011. Eichten was a founding member of L.A. Dance Project and is a current member of AMOC* (American Modern Opera Company). Since working with L.A.D.P, Eichten continued working with Gerard & Kelly as a performer as well as an associate choreographer on such projects as bridge-s, in collaboration with Solange and the Getty Museum of Los Angeles. Last summer, Eichterling, an ongoing project with creative partner Bret Easterling had a premiere of their latest work, Dance in The Park, at the Ojai Music Festival (‘What followed was a joyous, frockling pas de deux of love, extinction and human evolution — Charles Darwin meets Fantasia.’- SF Chronicle). At the start of 2023, Eichten was choreographer and the associate director of Expostulations of Mary, a new chamber opera for voices, strings, dance, and electronics with composer Eliza Bagg and director, George Miller. Eichten performed and was movement director in Carolyn Chen’s, How to Fall Apart, at Baryshnikov Art Center, NYC. Recently, at Frieze Art Festival, Eichten performed an excerpt of, Julie with a Beet, as a part of Open Studios at L.A. Dance Project (“This smart choreographic rhythm by Eichten is the kind of dance that you always want to stumble upon and be taken by surprise with” – LA Chronicle). Eichten performed in Bobbi Jean Smith’s Broken Theater at Carolina Performing Arts, Chapel Hill, NC and Oz Arts, Nashville, and most recently to a sold out run at La MaMa, NYC.