After studying with Walter Joachim, Julie Trudeau continued her training in Paris with Philippe Muller thanks to a grant from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. She has performed as a soloist with the Orchester de chambre de l'Estrie, the symphony orchestras of Sherbrooke, Drummondville, Gatineau and as a cellist with the Molinari Quartet (2000-2007) with the Orchester symphonique de Montréal under the direction of by Charles Dutoit and the Esprit Orchestra of Toronto under the direction of Alex Pauk.
Hailed by the press as a "great cellist" and a performer with "uncommon virtuosity and emotion", Julie Trudeau has been invited as a soloist and chamber musician to numerous festivals and concert societies in America, Europe and Asia. Very committed to the new generation of musicians, she works closely with young performers and is regularly called upon to guide the creative process of young composers in contemporary music. He can be heard on the ATMA, XXI-21, Naxos, Disc SRC labels and on Radio-Canada/CBC.
Julie Trudeau is a member of the Quatuor Ponticello, Ensemble Transmission and the renowned Nouvel Ensemble Moderne. A passionate chamber musician, she also collaborates with harpist Caroline Léonardelli and co-founded the Trio Montréal in 2014 with her partners Julie Triquet and Olivier Godin.
For several years, she has been teaching the cello privately as well as at the Joseph-François-Perrault school of the CSDM and at the Camp musical des Laurentides.