In 2009, Julie Delbart ,who started her music studies at the age of 4, graduates of her special Master in Piano cum magna laude and was awarded the First Price of the Conservatoire’s Concerti Competition (open to all disciplines). After obtaining outstanding achievements in her advanced master’s degree of Piano accompaniment and aggregation, Julie was hired as an accompanist at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (lyric song, cello, clarinet), upon the completion of her studies.
Having won First Prize in music theory at the age of 14 at the Conservatoire of Brussels, Julie continued her piano studies at the Conservatoire under the brilliant pianist Dominique Cornil in 2004, working with leading figures of the music world (Guy Danel, Marie Hallynck, Eliane Reyes, Muhiddin Dürrüoglu-Demiriz, Sergio Tiempo…).
In 2008 Julie was a laureate of the Fondation Horlait-Dapsens. Later on, she will be honored by several other distinctions : "Special Price" du Patrimoine from the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, laureate of the Belgian fondation Vocatio, "Maurice Lefranc" .price, ...
Julie has been invited to perform at many concerts and festivals as a soloist, soloist with orchestra, and chamber musician, in Europe and all over the world (USA, China, Brasil, …).
She also has worked as an assistant musical director, pianist and adaptor/translator on a number of musicals. Since 2014 she has toured the major Belgian, French and Swiss stages with "Cabaret", a show in which she acts as both assistant musical director and pianist.
La Monnaie has invited her to take part in several productions as a celesta player, organist and pianist, in the heart of the chamber orchestra and the symphonic orchestra.
Since March 2017 Julie is also working as piano accompanist in the voice section of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel alongside José van Dam.