Native from Auvergne, in the center of France, Julie Moulin began flute in her hometown with Cyril Coutier, Corinne Sagnol and Hervé Hotier, before studying one year in Paris with Vincent Lucas. In 2006 she attended the prestigious Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse (CNSMD) of Lyon in the class of Philippe Bernold, Julien Beaudiment and Gilles Cottin, from where she graduated with flying colours in June 2010.
Since November 2010 she is a member of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, considered one of the best orchestras in the world. As second flute of this very prestigious orchestra she gets to play with the greatest maestros (Mariss Jansons, Bernard Haitink, Valery Gergiev, Andris Nelsons, Ivan Fisher, Daniele Gatti… regretted Lorin Maazel, Pierre Boulez, Nikolaus Harnoncourt…) in the greatest halls all over the world (Musikverein of Vienna, Carneggie Hall of New York, Suntory Hall of Tokyo, Teatro Colon of Buenos Aires, Operahouse of Sydney…).
Beside the orchestra she is also doing a carreer as soloist and chamber music player. She often plays with pianists Sophie Labandibar, Suzana Bartal and Vital Stahievitch, and she is a member of woodwind quintet K (winner of several international competitions), and Duo Yati (with clarinettist Bruno Bonansea). Since 2016 Julie is artistic director of «Les Echappées musicales du Médoc », a chamber music festival that she co- founded in the South West of France. Passionate with teaching, Julie is since 2013 a teacher in CODARTS Rotterdam together with Juliette and Wim Steinman, and regularly gives masterclasses abroad.