Julia is a New York based singer, actor, and singer-songwriter. Her passion for different styles of music has shaped her unique and powerful voice in many genres of music.
She graduated as a Presidential Distinction Scholar at New England Conservatory of Music (NEC) studying Vocal Performance with Ms. Jane Eaglen, with an Acting minor, and a Music in Education Concentration. Julia received the “George Whitefield Chadwick Medal: the highest honor bestowed upon an undergraduate at NEC. The Chadwick Medal recipient is selected by members of NEC’s faculty and administration and is presented to a graduating senior whose entire record of achievement has been most distinguished in the candidate's major field, supplementary studies, extracurricular activities, and good citizenship.”
Julia is a Community Development and Arts Leader, and through her experiences and passion for educating and spreading beautiful music to others she has won three grants, funding her original Hear Us! Women Composer Concert/Lecture Series.
Currently, Julia is pursuing her Master's in Music Theatre with a Vocal Pedagogy Certificate at NYU Steinhardt. She is an adjunct professor of voice and has a private studio through NYU.
Julia has always had a passion for health and the outdoors; her family often calls her an “opera-jock”. She loves travel, dance, yoga, reading, journaling, and relaxing with friends. She is an avid hiker, as she she grew up on a mountain in the beautiful Hudson Valley. You will most likely find her outside enjoying nature when she is not in the practice room.