Named to CBC’s 30 under 30 in 2021, Juliana Moroz is one of Canada’s most accomplished young cellists. Presently a student of Richard Aaron,Julie Albers and Leo Singer, Juliana is a Junior at the Robert McDuﬃe Center for Strings at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. Originally fromWinnipeg, Juliana studied there with Yuri Hooker and Andrea Bell. A consistent prizewinner in local and provincial music festivals, Juliana won theAikins Memorial Trophy at the Winnipeg Music Festival in 2017, the Festival’s highest prize for instrumental performance. In 2018 and 2019 shewas a scholarship recipient at the Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg scholarship competition, winning first prize in 2021. In 2020 she wasawarded first prize at the WMC’s McLellan competition for solo performance with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Juliana has attended theAspen Summer Festival, Morningside Music Bridge Program, Orford Arts Festival, Rosamunde Summer Festival, and was a participant in theinaugural Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival held in Miami Beach. She has performed as soloist with the Winnipeg Youth Orchestra and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, and enjoys performing chamber music, especially with her family as a member of the JAGD Quartet. Juliana hasparticipated in masterclasses with Colin Carr, Desmond Hoebig, John Kadz, Brian Manker and Johanne Perron.