Julia Russoniello

Sydney-based violinist Julia Russoniello specialises in historical performance with a particular interest in music of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A current doctoral candidate at the University of Sydney, Julia also holds a Bachelor of Music with Honours (Baroque violin) and a Masters of Music. Julia has performed in Masterclasses with renowned violinists; Elisa Citterio, Riccardo Minasi and Stephano Montenari and in 2019 Julia was awarded a Create NSW grant to attend the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute in Toronto. In 2020 Julia was named a National Archives of Australia postgraduate fellow for her research into the early twentieth-century Australian performing practices. Julia has performed with the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Orchestra, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Salut! Baroque, Orchestra of the Antipodes, The Muffat Collective, Bach Akademie Australia and has been recorded for live broadcast on ABC Classic FM, Fine Music 102.5 and for Phoenix Central Park. Julia’s current project The Golden Age Quartet emulates the musical style of early twentieth-century icons such as Rudy Wiedoeft, Daisy Kennedy and The Clive Amadio Quartet and will release a debut album in 2021.



Dance Troupes

Speech and Drama

Senior Vocals

Modern Vocals Pop and Musical Theatre


String Instruments

Wind Instruments