Yulia Berry has earned Master Degrees in both flute performance and flute instruction from The Saint-Petersburg State Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov. She has also earned Bachelor Degrees in both flute performance and flute instruction with Honors from The Saint-Petersburg State School of Music named after M.P. Mussorgsky in Russia. Among her mentors are Olga S. Chernyadeva, Professor and Honored Artist of Russia, Irina P. Pimenova, Honored Artist of Russia and Vasily Viland, soloist of The Maryinsky Theater Symphony Orchestra.
She has attended/participated in numerous festivals and master classes, including Aurele Nicolet (Switzerland), Trevor Wye (UK) and Sir James Galway master classes.
Yulia Berry's performances in diverse venues and festivals have included Saint-Petersburg State Academic Capella, the Glazunov Concert Hall (SPb, Russia), The Glinka Philharmonic Chamber Hall (SPb, Russia), The Sheremetev Palace (SPb, Russia), The Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace (the former home of the Russian Emperors, SPb, Russia), The Mansion of Princess Vera F. Gagarina (the House of Composers, SPb, Russia), The Rimsky-Korsakov Museum (SPb, Russia), The House of Kochneva (SPb, Russia), The Palace of Grand Prince Vladimir Romanov (The House of Scientists, Spb, Russia), The Polovtsev Mansion (The House of Architects, Spb, Russia), The Dnepropetrovsk State Opera and Ballet Theatre (Ukraine), The Smolny Cathedral Concert Hall (Spb, Russia), SKIF - 4, 5, 6 Festivals (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), "Folk-Marathon-2001" (Petrozavodsk, Russia), «Faces Ethnofestival» (2001, Finland), The Central House of Artists (Moscow, Russia), Boston Public Library, numerous openings and other events.
She extensively toured Russia and Finland with The Vermicelli Orchestra from 1999 to 2002 and appeared with The Vermicelli Orchestra in live performances on TV and Radio.
She has done recording studio work for Russian classical and pop singers.
Yulia Berry has been residing in Boston, MA USA where she has her own flute studio - “Yulia Berry’s Flute Studio”. Her students actively participate in local festivals, play in various community orchestras of the Greater Boston and won placements in the New England Conservatory's Massachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble and Baroque Ensemble, the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra (BYSO), Junior and Senior Districts, All-State Festival, and the Longy School's Ensembles and Orchestras.
Since 2012 Yulia Berry has been a co-founder and sponsor of the Annual Open Flute Competition . The competition was founded by the Saint-Petersburg State Music School named after Evgeny Mravinsky - a famous Russian conductor, has been supported by Maestro Yuri Temirkanov's International Foundation for Cultural Initiatives and takes place annually in Saint-Petersburg, Russia
In May of 2015 she gave an interview to a very popular Internet magazine “The Flute View”.
In June of 2017, Yulia Berry has become the interviewer and the editor of - the Internet community, created for artists and musicians. Since then she interviewed some of the best and brightest musicians today.
In 2017 Yulia Berry along with renown Italian flutist Onorio Zaralli founded - an online institution, using best e-learning tools, blended with live online webinars and offered worldwide.
Yulia Berry is the creator and the developer of ALL about FLUTE, a FREE Mobile app, available for iPhones, Androids and on Amazon.com. With useful links, streamlining notifications, and informative articles, "ALL about FLUTE" serves as a gateway into the world of flute playing. By connecting you with flute players, instructors, and makers from around the globe, "ALL about FLUTE" serves as an online community for all flute enthusiasts.
Romanian-Canadian composer Marius Herea, Italian flutist and composer Onorio Zaralli, American composer Eugene Magalif dedicated their pieces to Yulia Berry.
In March of 2018 Yulia Berry was in the jury of the 9th International Internet competition My Favorite Flute and has been invited to judge the 10th Anniversary International Competition "My Favorite Flute" in March of 2019