Born in Ukraine, Iuliia has been playing the violin since she was eight. After graduating from the Lviv National Music Academy, where she received her Bachelor and Master degrees, Iuliia performed with the INSO-Lviv (International Symphony Orchestra). She played at numerous festivals in Switzerland, France, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Poland.
Five years ago, Iuliia decided to pursue her musical training in the United States. In 2014, she received an Artist Diploma in Violin Performance from the University of Tennessee, in Knoxville, with Prof. Mark Zelmanovich. Iuliia later played in master classes with Rachel Barton Pine, Mimi Zweig, and Clara-Jumi Kang at UW-Milwaukee. Iuliia holds a master’s degree in Chamber Music Performance from UW-Milwaukee, where she studied under Dr. Bernard Zinck, and was a concertmaster of the UWM Symphony Orchestra. As a teaching assistant, she has provided violin instruction to undergrad students of the UWM violin studio. Iuliia is fluent in many teaching methods and studies, including Suzuki, Franco-Belgium School, Russian School (Yankelevich), and Czech School (Ševčík and Schradieck).