Julia Mauritz

Julia Mauritz joined Schimmer PR in July of 2014. Before joining Schimmer PR, she worked as an assistant in the project management offices of the Deutsche Musikwettbewerb, the ensemble musikFabrik in Cologne and Musik21 Niedersachsen and gained insights into the sales structures at KölnMusik Ticket of the Cologne Philharmonie.

She studied cultural science and aesthetic practices at the University of Hildesheim with a focus on media and music. Her studies were complemented by an Erasmus semester abroad at the University of Warsaw as well as an internship semester at the Gare du Nord in Basel. She began playing classical accordion at a young age.


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