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Giulia Semerano


Born in Florence, Italy, and currently based in London, Giulia is an active musician, performing on a regular basis both as a soloist and in chamber ensembles throughout Europe.

She gave concerts in many important venues and festivals including “Festival Intersezioni”, “Artistas Invitados”, Southwark Cathedral, Italian Cultural Institute in London, Draper’s Hall, St James Piccadilly. In October 2012, as a winner of the soloist competition, she performed Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G, accompanied by the L. Cherubini Conservatoire’s orchestra under the baton of P. P. Ciardi.

Giulia considers chamber music one of her main artistic focuses and she collaborated with many wonderful musicians, performing in different ensemble groups. Presently, she enjoys a successful collaboration in duo with flutist Jade Bultitude. Recent performances include the Sir James Galway Flute Festival in Switzerland and the Lizzano Music Festival in Italy.

Very open to 20th Century and contemporary music, in 2012 Giulia was among the founders of the Ensemble NuovaMusica, with whom she gave première performances of works by living Italian composers under the baton of Mauro Bonifacio. In July 2015 she premiered in London the Piano Trio “Ellittico, di Beffe e Elegie” by Simone Spagnolo.

She has participated in master classes and worked with renowned musicians such as Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Martino Tirimo, Pascal Rogè, David Kenedy, Gabriele Baldocci, among others.

Giulia holds a Master's Degree and an Artist Diploma from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she studied under the tutelage of Sergio De Simone, with the kind support of Trinity Laban Scholarship Fund. Previously she undertook musical training at the Luigi Cherubini Conservatoire of Florence, where she graduated in 2012 under the guidance of Giovanni Carmassi. Thanks to a scholarship she also studied for a few months at the Conservatorio Superior R. Orozco in Cordoba, Spain, with A. C. Manchado. Following her degree, she began studying solo repertoire with Sergio De Simone and chamber music with Ilaria Maurri at the Scuola di Musica di Sesto Fiorentino.

Giulia’s teaching career also plays a very significant role in portfolio. She is a very passionate teacher. She considers music education to be a very important part in the life of everyone, not necessarily with the aim of just becoming a professional musician, but for the enrichment and impact music has on their brain development and on their general culture.

"She considers music education to be a very important part in the life of everyone"