Júlia Carrasco Martinez

Cellistin, Musiklehrerin und Komponistin


2018 - 2020

Bergische Symphoniker
Cello Tutti

2017 - 2018

Staatsorchester Wiesbaden Akademistin

2016 - 2017

Essener Philharmoniker

2010 - 2013

Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya Branimir Slokar Academy Orchestra Joven Orquestra Nacional de España

Über mich

Geboren 1991 in Barcelona, Cataluña.

Ab dem Alter von neun Jahren Cello- und Klavierstunden. Ab 2005 beginnt Julia die professionellen Cello-Ausbildung am Conservatori in Barcelona. Zwischen 2010 und 2014 studiert Julia im Bachelorstudiengang a. d. Escola Sup. de Musica de Catalunya weiter. Parallel immer wieder auch Erfahrungen als Musiklehrerin, Mitglied in internationalen Orchestern für junge Musiker (2010 – 2013). Über ein Stipendium der Anna Riera-Stiftung dann Umzug nach Deutschland, Masterstudium a.d. Hochschule für Musik und Theater in München. Weitere Arbeit im Orchester als Akademistin (Staatsorchester Wiesbaden, Essener Philharmoniker) sowie als Cello-Tutti bei den Bergischen Symphonikern. Aktuell studiert Julia in Köln an den Master Kammermusik (Trio Delibes) und elementare Musikpädagogik. 

Seit 2020 befinde ich mich zudem in einer Ausbildung zur Musik- und Klangtherapeutin. Darüber hinaus verfüge ich über Erfahrungen im Bereich der Komposition für Medien, insbesondere Werbung.

Julia Carrasco spielt ein Cello von Roberto Masini (2010)



IEK Köln

Musik- und Klangtherapie

Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln

Master of Music - Kammermusik (Klaviertrio)
Bachelor of Arts - Elementare Musikpädagogik
2014 - 2016

Hochschule für Musik und Theater München

Prof. Reiner Ginzel
Master of Music - Violoncello
2009 - 2014 - Bachelor of Music

Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya

Prof. Damian Martínez Marco/ Prof. Christof Richter/ Cuarteto Casals
Bachelor of Music - Violoncello
2005 - 2009

Conservatori Professional de Música de Badalona

Prof. Mark Friedhoff​
Violoncello, Klavier und Harmonielehre


Composition / Komposition
Piano / Klavier


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