Julia Rusanovsky was born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on January 11, 1987. When she was 4 years old she started playing the violin. At the age of 12 she was admitted to the ‘Young Talents’-group of the ‘Conservatorium van Amsterdam’, where she studied two consecutive years. After attending the ‘Rotterdams Conservatorium’ for two years, she did the one year Preparatory Training at the ‘Koninklijk Conservatorium’ (The Royal Conservatoire) in The Hague. Julia finished her bachelor in the Conservatorium of Arnhem (ArtEZ) with Heinz Oberdorfer.

She got several master classes of Vadim Brodsky in Poland and Italy. In 2001 Julia won the first price at the SJMN concours (of ‘Stichting Jong Muziektalent Nederland’).

She participated at the Iordens Viooldagen when she was 13 years old and later at the Prinses Christina Concours. In 2005 she played a recital at ‘Zonnewende’ (concert hall) and several other recitals in the ‘Cristofori Hall’ in Amsterdam, the ‘Azijn Fabriek’ in ‘S Hertogenbosh and in Zeeland, Enschede and Zwolle. Also Julia had her own piano trio ‘Scarbo’, she played several concerts with this trio. In 2007 and 2008 she performed in the concert hall of Arnhem with her piano trio. Julia played a couple of years in the ‘Camerata Orchestra’.

Nowadays she performs regularly both as a solist, and together with her brother, Arthur Rusanovsky, such as at the ‘Grachtenfestival’ in Amsterdam. Also she is a member of the golden strings. And she plays as a primarius in Het strijkkwartet with Scarlet Arts.