Meet the beautiful and talented Julia Mirzoev!
Born in 1996 in Toronto, Canada, Julia Mirzoev playing violin at the age of two and a half years with her father. Shortly after, she began studying with renowned pedagogue Jacob Lakirovich up until she began her undergraduate education with Jonathan Crow, the Concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony at The University of Toronto, where she holds principal positions as well as Concertmaster in the University of Toronto Symphony orchestra and the University of Toronto Opera orchestra. A winner of multiple first prizes across national and provincial competitions; including first and grand prizes at the Canadian Music Competition and the esteemed President's Trophy award at Toronto Kiwanis, Julia has also received the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra concerto competition first prize, granting her a series of solo concerts with the Toronto Symphony orchestra. Julia has also performed solo with the Scarborough Philarmonic, Sinfonia Toronto, and the Canadian Sinfonietta. Julia is an avid orchestral, chamber, and solo musician, as well as a participant in international music festivals, such as the Orford music festival as well as the Aspen Summer Music Festival this past summer. She is currently a fourth year student at the University of Toronto.
In her free time, Julia enjoys quality time with friends, sunny beaches, racquet sports, and fishing with her father (even though she is allergic to fish...)!