Juliana Moroz


Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Canadian cellist Juliana Moroz is increasingly recognized as a rising young artist in North America. Named to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s “30 under 30” in 2021, Juliana is originally from Winnipeg, Canada. After receiving her Bachelor’s in Music degree from the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings, she is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Music at Rice University where she studies with Brinton Averil Smith.

Noted performances and awards include her solo debut with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra at age 15, a 2020 winner at the Women’s Musical Club’s McLellan Competition for solo performance with the Winnipeg Symphony, the 2021 winner of the Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg’s Scholarship Competition, and the 2017 Aikins Memorial Trophy at the Winnipeg Music Festival, the Festival’s highest prize for instrumental performance. Juliana has attended the Aspen Summer Music Festival, Morningside Music Bridge Program, Orford Arts Festival, Rome Chamber Music Festival, and was a participant in the inaugural Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival in Miami, Florida. 

An avid chamber musician, Juliana has performed with acclaimed chamber musicians violinist Amy Schwartz-Moretti, pianist Orion Weiss, and violist of the Emerson Quartet, Lawrence Dutton. Her former teachers are Yuri Hooker and Andrea Bell. She loves to play with her family as a member of the JAGD Quartet and baking desserts, especially macarons.