Giulia Rimonda began studying music at the age of three and at four the violin with her father. She graduated at the age of 17 with honors and honorable mention, perfecting herself in parallel with Pavel Berman at the Perosi Academy Foundation in Biella. She currently follows the advanced training courses at the Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia in Rome with Sonig Tchakerian and at the Stauffer Center for Strings in Cremona with Salvatore Accardo. Since 2017 she has been the artistic director of the Camerata Ducale Junior, an orchestra of young talents under 25 based in Vercelli. Artist in the residence of "The Society of Concerts of Milan" 2020/2022, in the last year she collaborated with Mario Brunello, Bruno Canino, Andrea Lucchesini, Benedetto Lupo, Salvatore Accardo, Franco Petracchi, Alessandro Milani and Emmanuel Tjeknavorian. The latest appointments have brought her to Florence for the "Amici della Musica", to Rome for "IUC - IUC - Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti", to Imola for "ERF Festival", to Vicenza for "The Weeks of the Olympic Theater", Lucca for "Lucca Classica ”and“ Lucchese Music Association ”, to Messina for the“ Bellini Association ”, to Ravenna for“ Mikrokosmos ”. Winner of the “Settimane del Teatro Olimpico” scholarship as best student of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia and of the special mention of the "Giovanna Maniezzo" prize of the Chigiana Academy, she recorded the Leclair sonata for two violins n.2 op.3 for Decca Universal for the cd “Le Violon Noir n.2”. At 19 years of age Giulia joined the Archi Magazine team with the online column “Staccato” collaborating among others with Renaud Capucon, Julian Rachlin, Vadim Repin, Luigi Piovano, Giovanni Gnocchi, Quartetto di Cremona in the main Italian concert institutions. She plays a Domenico Montagnana violin from 1720 which she alternates with a Dario Vernè from 1983 called “Al tuo cammino”, which was given to her by the Vernè family.