Julia Trintschuk, born 1997, began learning the guitar at the age of 4 with her father Anatoli Trintschuk. Later she studied with Prof. Mario Sicca , Martin Wiedmann, Prof. Johannes Monno, Ivo and Sofia Kaltchev and Mateus dela Fonte.
During this time she received many prizes and participated in many competitions (e.g. „Jugend musiziert“, „International Certamen Llobet Competition Barcelona“, „International J. K. Mertz Competition Bratislava“, „Forum Gitarre Wien“, „International Bratislava Guitar Youth Competition“, „Deutscher Musikwettbewerb“, „Tonkünstlerwettbewerb“, „Hannabach Wettbewerb“ International Bach Competition Reisbach, International Guitar Competition Zory and many others). Recently she won the Grand Prix and the first prizes at the International Bratislava Guitar Youth Competition and the Hannabach-Competition as well as the special prize for the best interpretation of romantic music at the Forum Gitarre Wien .
Since 2009 she regularly takes part in different guitar festivals („International Guitar Festival Nürtingen“, „Stuttgart International Classical Guitarfestival“, „International Guitar Symposium Iserlohn“, „Meisterkurse Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival“, „International Guitar Festival Hersbruck“, „International Guitar Festival Wertingen“). At these festivals she received masterclasses with Pepe Romero, Scott Tennant, William Kanengiser, Marco Tamayo, Pavel Steidl, Matthew Greif, John Dearman, Johannes Tonio Kreusch, Dimitri Illarionov, Anabel Montesinos, Judicael Perroy, Costas Cotsiolis, Andrew York, Celino Romero, Lito Romero, Michael Tröster, Tillmann Reinbeck, Alfred Eickholt, Gerald Garcia, Juan Carlos Arancibia, Danielle Cumming, Bruce Holzman, Dale Kavanagh, Roland Dyens and many other important personalities of the international classical guitar community. Her lively concert activities, which she began at the age of 16 in 2013 with the „Concierto de Aranjuez“ for guitar and orchestra in the municipal hall of Reutlingen, took her to several countries, for example Mexico, Russia, Poland, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands.
Since 2014 she is studying at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart with Mateus dela Fonte.