Julia Schreyvogel was born in Vienna in 1974.
She was only seven when she began her training as a cellist with Cecilie Ottensamer at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna. In 1995 she continued her studies at Berlin University of the Arts with Prof. Wolfgang Boettcher. She obtained her diploma in concert performance, passing with distinction, and in 1999 she also obtained her diploma from Berlin. Parallel to her university studies she attended master classes given by Boris Pergamenschikow, Janos Starker and Menahem Pressler. She also conducted artistic studies with members of the Alban Berg Quartett and the Haydn-Trio Wien.
Since 1996 Julia Schreyvogel has been a member of the piano trio trio VIENNarte that has already won several prizes in international competitions and has recorded CDs with works by Haydn, Brahms and Mendelssohn. In addition, she tours Europe, South America and Asia as a chamber musician with the Koehne Quartett, the ensemble Kontrapunkte, the ensemble “die reihe” and other chamber music ensembles. She has also appeared at festivals such as Wien Modern, Klangbogen Wien, Festival Bonheur Musical (France), Rheingau-Festival and the Festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. From 2001 to 2002 she was principal cello of Camerata Salzburg and from 2003 to 2004 she played with the Bamberger Symphoniker.
As a cellist she has won several prizes at the Jugend musiziert competition. In 1993 she was awarded the special prize of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and in 1994 won the funding prize of the Carl Flesch Academy in Baden-Baden.
She has been assistant principal cello with the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra since 2005.