Giulia is 30 years-old pianist from Treviso in Veneto (Italy). She has a Diploma in Piano Performance from the “Arrigo Pedrollo” Conservatory of Vicenza, a Degree in Philosophy from the University of Padua, a Master's Degree in Music and Performing Arts from the University of Padua / Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and another Master's Degree in Music and Sacrum from the Tor Vergata University of Rome.
Giulia started out her career by being a Piano Teacher and a Piano Accompanist at the Edward Said National Music Conservatory of Palestine in Bethlehem and East Jerusalem branches from 2013 to 2014. After that, she came back to her region to be a Piano Accompanist at “Benedetto Marcello” Conservatory of Music in Venice from 2014 to 2016. But it didn't stop her from performing all around the world as she has performed in Qatar, Switzerland, Turkey, USA and in Togo.
Parallel to this, Giulia is an Instagram blogger and influencer. You can follow her at: www.instagram.com/giulia.vazzoler. She also sometimes collaborates with an NGO in Europe or EECA countries doing intercultural exchanges or training course in the framework of the EU’s programs “Youth in Action” or “Erasmus +”
When asked about her values and life philosophy, Giulia had this to say:I am a globe trotter; I love to travel and to move from a part of the planet to another to live and to work. I worked and lived abroad for long period. I love to meet people from other cultures and since I was a teenager I tried to establish connections with other guys from other countries in Europe.
I hate the routine: doing the same things every single day kills me and I need to change my schedule often. Luckily, I am a musician, and I work mostly as a freelancer, so I do have the opportunity to be flexible and to be part of different projects.
I am a musician and I don’t own a specific degree in economical or political fields, but I love whatever unifies countries and whatever is thinking in a macroscopic level. My big dream is to find for myself a position - which obviously fits my skills - in the European bubble or in the field of the UN. While I lived in Palestine I knew Luisa Morgantini (vice-president of the EU parliament) and I also got closer with the UNRWA office. I also held a concert for Mr. Metin Arditi, a UN Goodwill Ambassador, while he was in Bethlehem with his foundation.
I am a open minded person. What I hate more is the racism and I can’t stand people which is not able to accept the diversity or which is not willing to move from a narrow perspective. I grew up with my mother which gave everything to me, and my aim is to create right now something better, to evolve.
I am very loyal, and so I can’t accept when someone cheats on me. I love the resourcefulness. I always try to face this difficult historical period attempting something new…"
Giulia's passions also comes through when she talks about her region as you can tell from here article: Veneto: Flavours of the Earth.
Overall FEDRA is extremely proud to have such passionate Young Regional Ambassador and recommends you check out Giulia's website: www.giuliavazzoler.com