Romanian pianist Iulia Marin has performed as a soloist in the United States, Italy, England, Holland, Austria, Germany, Bulgaria and Romania.
Iulia is several times prize winner of national and international piano
competitions: First Prize at the “W. A. Mozart” International Competition 8th edition, Second Prize at the “Sofia Cosma” International Piano Competition; Silver and Bronze Medals at The World Piano Competition, Cincinnati USA; second place in the Eisenberg- Fried Concerto Competition New York; laureate of the Hannoverische Borse der Musiktalente and winner of the Piano Fischer Prize, Bergen Grand Piano Academy Prize and the Chance Festival Prize at the Klavierpodium München Competition. In 2018 she was a semifinalist and highest ranked Romanian competitor at the George Enescu International Competition.
Iulia has performed at venues such as Weill Hall- Carnegie Hall, The Harvard Club, St Paul’s Chapel at Columbia University, Greenfield Hall (New York) and had a Recital Tour in Italy. Recent performances include the St.Martin in the Fields London, Bucharest Philharmonic Atheneum Hall, Museo Diocesano Brescia, Act City Hamamatsu Hall Japan and Arlberg 1800 Concert Hall, Austria. Iulia has performed in the 12th Niestetaler Klavierfestival Kassel and Steve Reich’s “Six Pianos” in Hannover, with the composer present.
Her concerto debut took place in 2007 on Romania’s most prestigious stage: the Bucharest Athenaeum Hall. Ever since, she has performed with the “Mihail Jora” Philharmonic Orchestra, Youth Orchestra “Dinu Lipatti”, “Sinfonia Bucuresti” Orchestra, the National Youth Orchestra, Vidin State Philharmonic Orchestra and Shumen State Philharmonic Orchestra with conductors Ovidiu Balan, Tiberiu Soare, Nicolae Racu, Bogdan Voda, David Marcian (Romania), Stanislav Ushev (Bulgaria), Robert Gutter (USA), William Kempster (Australia) and Roberto Salvalaio (Italy).
With a Music Bachelor’s Degree from the Manhattan School of Music New York, Iulia received her Master’s Degree at Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover, in the class of Roland Krüger. She is a recipient of the Artur Balsam Scholarship Award in New York and the Musik braucht Freunde Scholarship Award Hannover.