She started to play the guitar and sing old, traditional folk songs at a tender age. Her curiosity and search for a personal form of expression distinguished her first work, “Giulia and the Dizzyness” (CavernJatt Records 2008). She performed at the Acoustic Guitar Meeting in Sarzana, where she won the Carisch Award "New Sounds of Acoustic Music", in May of 2010. Two years after her first release, Giulia delivered "Dropping Down" (Ugly Cat Music/ Audioglobe 2011) a multivalent musical performance, showing her skills in every aspect of production. �The album is in fact entirely written (except for the cover, Paranoid, by Black Sabbath), arranged, and produced by the singer/songwriter.
In 2018 Giulia released “Conversation with a Ghost” produced by herself and Gabriel Rhodes. The record is recorded live with some of the best musicians in Austin including Glenn Fukunaga on bass and Dony Wynn on drums. It also features talents such as Marc Ribot (Tom Waits) on electric guitar, Joel Guzman (Paul Simon) on accordion, John Mills (David Byrne) on horns, David Pulkingham on guitar and Kimmie Rhodes on background vocals.