At the age of six, Julia Hermanski began taking piano lessons from Carmelo Reggiani in Lingen. In 2004 she went to the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media and in 2007 she began her training under Professor Krüger at their Institute for the Early Advancement of the Musically Highly Gifted (IFF).
She has won a number of prizes at various competitions, including First Prize with Distinction at the 2008 International Bitburg Piano Competition, the 2009 Zonta Musikpreis from the Union of German Zonta Clubs, as well as First Prize at the 2009 Young Talents Competition organized by the Emsland/Grafschaft Bentheim region. Moreover, she was named "Virtuoso of the Year 2017" and was awarded several prizes (including the Drobitko Prize Berlin for creative boldness and the Clavis-Festival-Preis St. Petersburg) on the occasion of the Münchner Klavierpodium international piano competition. In 2018 Julia Hermanski won the 3rd prize at the North International Music Competition Stockholm and the Vienna International Music Competition.
Having completed her bachelor's degree in music under Professor Ilja Scheps at the University of Music and Dance in Cologne, Julia Hermanski is currently working on her master's degree at the Hanns Eisler University of Music (Berlin) under Professor Eldar Nebolsin.
This young musician is already giving concerts as well, both in Germany and abroad, in which she displays an artistic personality characterized by ambition and enthusiasm. In addition to her intensive work as a soloist, she also nurtures her passion for chamber music and performed with musicians and ensembles such as Michael Gees, Professor Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Professor Dmitri Bashkirov, Cuarteto Casals and the Artemis Quartet.