Born in Florence, Giulia Sereni graduated in 2013 from the Potenza Conservatory in Italy, studying piano performance at the Sesto Fiorentino International Music School with Silvia Cuccurullo and chamber music with Ilaria Maurri.
After her graduation, she moved to London to attend a Postgraduate Artist Diploma under the tutelage of Sergio De Simone at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, receiving also the generous support of the Trinity Laban Scholarship, the Postgraduate Bursary Fund, and the Henry Wood House Bursary Fund.
She took a part at several Masterclasses with Sergio De Simone, Marco Ghilarducci, Silvia Cuccurullo, Natasha Kislenko, Ilaria Maurri, Gabriele Baldocci, Ruth Pardo, Andres Manchado Lopez, Alessandra Artifoni, Martino Tirimo, Pascal Rogè, Teresa Trevisan. Giulia performing on a regular basis in Italy and in the UK, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician.
Beside her performance career, she is also interested in communication and education. 2011 she received a Master Degree in Communication Theories with high honours. The possibility to study in a depth many pedagogical topics, stimulated her to find personal ways of teaching and communicating with pupils, and gave her the belief that music is more a way of personal developing than just a subject to learn, and a gift that has to be returned.