Júlia Pusker was born into a family of musicians, and she started playing violin at the age of 5. Between 2005 and 2011 she studied under Katalin Kokas and István Kertész in the preliminary class of the Liszt Akademy (Budapest).

 

From 2011 to 2016 she continued her studies in the class of György Pauk at the Royal Academy of Music in London.

 

She gave concerts as a soloist with many prestigious orchestras such as Budapest Festival Orchestra, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Budapest Strings, Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra, London Mozart Players, MÁV Symphonyc Orchestra, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Danubia Orchestra Óbuda, Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra, Weiner-Szász Chamber Orchestra, Concerto Budapest, Lengyel Symphonyc Orchestra.

In 2013 she played in Bruckner’s 2. Symphony’s chamber variation as the part of the Royal Academy Soloists Ensemble, conducted by Trevor Pinnock. The recording of the piece is a world-wide premier (Linn Records).

 

In 2014 she won the Junior Prima prize as well as the Kodály prize.

 

From the 2016/17 season she is part of the St. John’s Smith Square Young Generation Artist and Making Music Young Concert Artist (London).

 

From October 2016 she plays at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, under the leadership of Augustin Dumay.

 

Júlia Pusker plays on an Itaian instrument made by Carlo Bisiach in 1948, given to her by the Harrison Franck Family Foundation.

 

 

For more information please visit https://www.programturizmus.hu/ajanlat-pusker-julia-koncert.html