Praised by the Strad Magazine for her “magical simplicity” and described as a true “aristocrat” of the violin by La Libre, Júlia Pusker came to international prominence for her prizewinning performances at the prestigious 2019 Queen Elisabeth Violin Competition in Brussels.
Recent highlights of Pusker include concerto appearances with Belgian National Orchestra, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Brussels Philharmonic, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra and London Mozart Players. She has already given recitals and taken part in festivals and masterclasses across Europe, including the Besançon Music Festival, IMS Prussia Cove, the Holland International Music Sessions, the Kronberg Academy and the Santander Festival Academy. As a chamber musician, Júlia has shared the stage and collaborated with artists such as Kristóf Baráti, Frank Braley, Gautier Capuçon, Gary Hoffman, Tommaso Lonquich, Jean-Yves Thibaudet and István Várdai. Alongside her success at the Queen Elizabeth Competition, Pusker has been a recipient of various notable prizes, such as the renowned Junior Prima Prize and Cziffra Festival Prize, which honour Hungary’s finest young musicians.