Young Italian pianist, Giulia’s first appearance in the music scene of her country was in 2006.

In 2010 she got a diploma in Piano Performance at the Arrigo Pedrollo Conservatory of Vicenza and in the meanwhile she obtained several awards in national and international piano competitions (Ramimusicali – Fucecchio/Florence, Città di Piove di Sacco – Padua, Vito Frazzi – Scandicci/Florence, Luigi Paduano – Cercola/Naples, Isole Borromee – Milan, Città di San Gemini, Premio Vittoria Caffa Righetti – Cortemilia, Luigi Zanuccoli – Sogliano al Rubicone). In 2012, she took part in the Preludio Talenti talent-show, broadcasted on EuroDigital, and she won the second prize.

Her rising career includes hundreds of concerts in the most important cities in Italy (Milan, Turin, Genoa, Padua, Venice, Florence, Rome, Bari), Europe (Switzerland, Ukraine), USA (Dallas, Sarasota, Miami), Middle-East (Turkey, Palestine, Qatar, United Arab Emirates) and Afrique (Togo). Several concerts of her have been transmitted by TV and radio broadcasters (Antenna Tre Nordest, TeleNuovo, Teleromagna, Radio Veneto Uno, TeleGenova, TeleLiguria, EuroDigital, Antenna 5, TeleIschia, Télévision Togolaise, L’Bala, Radio Vaticana, IMD Radio, Radio Ca’ Foscari, Qatar Living, Raheep Media).

For the academic years 2013/2014, Giulia got a position as official piano accompanist at the Edward Said National Music Conservatory of Palestine, working in Bethlehem, East Jerusalem, Ramallah and Nablus. In 2014, she was the official accompanist at the Palestine National Music Competition, held in Jerusalem.

From 2014, she got a two-years contract as piano accompanist at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Venice. Giulia is deeply involved in the accompaniment of instrumentalists and opera singers. She worked as official accompanists for many festivals and competitions (Montalto Opera Studio, Rassegna Giovani Musicisti – Cervo Riviera dei Fiori, Poliphonica Festival – Ussita, Premio Maria Grazia Vivaldi – Montalto Ligure, Italian Opera Florence, Laboratori Lirici Sandonatesi), performing with top musicians as Fabrizio Nasetti, Steno Boesso, Giacinto Caramia, Enzo Caroli, José Cháfer Mompó.

Recently, Giulia approached contemporary music. She performed in Milhaud “La création du monde” and Shostakovich “Jazz Suite No. 1” with the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Vicenza and Varèse “Ionisation” with the percussion ensemble of the Conservatory of Padua. In 2015, she won the audition for La Biennale di Venezia for the Biennale College project and she performed Sinopoli “Souvenir à la mémoire” under the baton of Michele Carulli.

In 2016, Giulia signed a contract with 33 Music Group agency and she worked for 9 months as lobby pianist at The Westin Doha Hotel & Spa, in Doha (Qatar). She came back in town in 2018, being resident pianist at the New York Steak House, inside Marriott Marquis Doha City Center Hotel and then she moved to Dubai working as piano performer in Rixos Premium. She is currently performing in the most luxury hotels and venues all around Italy (Hotel Metropole, Ca’ Sagredo, Duke Palace, Schola Grande di San Rocco, Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, Hotel Bauer, The Westin Europa & Regina, Le Maschere restaurant in Venice; Sporthotel Arabba in the Dolomites, Seven Stars TownHouse Galleria in Milan, Villa Aurelia in Rome).

In 2017, Giulia has been invited to take part in a humanitarian project located in Gaziantep (Turkey), near the Syrian border, working for GEGED (Gaziantep Training and Youth Association). She took active role on behalf of SGDD-ASAM (Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants) and UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency), developing educational and musical projects for the Turkish community and the Syrian refugees and asylum seekers. She also scheduled several piano concerts in Turkey for the months of November and December.

In parallel with her performing activity, Giulia is active as art director of cultural and music events. In 2008, she awarded herself as the Italian youngest art director with a piano music festival (Il Risorgimento in Musica) held in the beautiful Sala dei Giganti of Palazzo Liviano (Faculty of Literature of University of Padua). From 2010 to 2016 she was the art director of Il Barbarigo all’opera, an opera festival located in Padua and from 2015 to 2016 of Premio Contea, an international music competition that held yearly up to 300 contestants from all over the world. In 2018 she took the music direction of La Loggia incantata, a huge art festival located in Treviso in the Christmas time, where she scored 17 public performances in less than 4o days. With her mother Raffaella Saibene Vazzoler, she pursued a hyper-art show which combines music, dance, theatre and visual arts.

Giulia obtained a Bachelor in Philosophy at the University of Padua, a Master Degree in Music and Sacrum at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome and a Master Degree in Music and Performing Arts at the Universities of Padua and Venice, always with full marks and honour. She presented her dissertation works in conferences (for Filosofia di Vita association and for the Festival dell’Oriente in Padua and Bologna).

Giulia collaborates with the European Union on behalf of several youth projects. She worked for the Youth in Action and Erasmus+ programs as youth leader, travelling to Turkey, Moldova, Armenia and France. In 2015, thanks to her strong international background, Giulia became Youth Regional Ambassador for FEDRA (The Federation of Regional Growth Actors in Europe) in Brussels.

In 2018, Giulia got appointed as art manager for the Italian branch of the WPTA (World Piano Teacher Association).