A multi-faceted musician, it is on the piano that Julie Alcaraz mainly chooses to express herself. Already holding a Diplôme d’Etudes Musicales (DEM) of cello performance, and graduated as a lyric singer, she constantly enriches her piano playing with this musical plurality.


his artist of Spanish origins is particularly attached to defend the repertoire of Albéniz, through the masterwork « Iberia », which holds a special place in her heart.

Currently enrolled in Post-graduate piano studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg in the studio of Jacques Rouvier, after having completed the Artist Diploma of the Paris Conservatoire in the class of Denis Pascal, Julie has had the opportunity to performe and benefit from the advice of eminent pianists such as Hortense Cartier-Bresson, Olivier Gardon, Francois-René Duchable, Jean Francois Heisser, Jerome Rose, Philippe Cassard, François Frédéric Guy.

Her career immediately opened internationally as an ambassador of French Music on the occasion of a gala concert in 2008 organized in Japan.

She is also invited to perform in Europe: Portugal, Romania, Spain, Ireland (“Clandeboye festival’’), in the United States (New York “International Keyboard Institute’’), then very recently in London, to ensure the first part of concert pianist Barry Douglas’ recital.

She is a regular guest of Parisian venues and festivals (Chopin Festival, Salle Gaveau, Grand Palais, Festival ‘’Jeunes Talents’’, Cité de la Musique, Théâtre Impérial de Compiègne, Salle Cortot), but also in the province, on the occasion of many festivals such as : “Liszt en Provence”, “Les Pianissimes”, “festival international de Dinard », “Le vent sur l’arbre”), and specifically in the Basque area, in Biarritz (Hôtel du Palais, Musée historique, Festival International Piano Classique).

As a confirmed and sought-after chamber musician, Julie has been twice winner of the ‘’Académie internationale Maurice Ravel’s Prize’’, especially with violinist Ryo Kojima, and forms a duo alongside cellist Marion Platero, with whom she regularly shares the stage.

She has recently been invited on radio France Musique for the show “Generations Jeunes Interprètes” presented by Gaëlle le Gallic, alongside cellist Emmanuelle Bertrand, and as a solo pianist a few months later.

A rich and complete soloist,
she also multiplies the experiences with orchestra

Beethoven’s 3rd concerto with the Bayonne-Côte-Basque orchestra, under the baton of conductor Benjamin Levy, Mozart’s 10th concerto for two pianos with concert pianist Olivier Chauzu, “Nuit dans les jardins d’Espagne” by Manuel de Falla with the “Orchestre des Lauréats” du CNSM de Paris. She also shares the stage with some of the greatest artists, such as violonist Dimitry Sitkovetsky, and pianist Barry Douglas.

In 2016, Julie has been awarded 3rd Prize at the Mackenzie International competition in New York, and in 2018 won the third Prize at the “Ile de Frnace International Competition”.

She is a laureate of the Cziffra and Meyer Foundation, as well as the Société Générale Musical Mécénat.

It is supported by the Soroptimist Club of Agen for 2017/2018, and bye “l’Or du rhin Fondation” for 2018/2019.

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