Giulia Haible, now 19 years old and a sophomore at New England Conservatory studying in the Contemporary Improvisation department, has been playing the cello for ten years and the piano for twelve. After studying strictly classical from a young age she was introduced to Celtic fiddle music by Caroline Dressler and the two began playing music together in sixth grade.
In 2014, Giulia toured England and Scotland playing her cello as part of the Young Tradition Vermont Touring Group, led by Pete Sutherland. During high school she passed the MMEA Northeastern Senior Districts audition, enabling her to perform in the orchestra comprised of other selected members. She participated in the Arlington High School Honors Orchestra and the Lexington Chamber Music Center, and she competed twice in the New Hampshire Highland Games Junior Fiddle Competition, receiving an Honorable Mention the first year Third Place the second year.
To date, Giulia has played at several venues in the Boston area including Symphony Hall, Club Passim, The Burren, and the Bebop. She is also a member of the Scottish Fish, a Boston based fiddle-style quintet. Besides music, Giulia enjoys art, cooking, and riding horses.