Dual citizen Canadian/American recording artist Julie Biggs began her career as a classical singer performing in opera and recital in Canada, the U.S., and abroad. In 2009, Julie released her second album Passions:Art of Seduction, a classical cross-over project which is distributed nationally by Outside Music. "Bold, exciting and fresh, be prepared to be seduced by Biggs' new sound" wrote Jason Gladu of Pop Journalism Magazine and Website in November 2009. Julie’s debut album My Loving Days (Amorosi miei giorni) was released in 2001 and was nominated for a Prairie Music Award for Outstanding Classical Recording.
In 1999, Julie completed her Master of Music in Voice and Opera Studies at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. In 1998 Julie attended the summer program at the International Institute of the Vocal Arts (IIVA) in Chiari, Italy. In 1995 she attended the Ost-West Musik Akademie in Altenberg, Germany. In 1993, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance and a Bachelor of Music Education from Minot State University in North Dakota. In addition to performing Julie is a passionate teacher and vocal coach. She is the founder and director of the Winnipeg Conservatory of Music. She is an active member of the Association of Manitoba Arts Festivals (AMAF) and frequent adjudicator of competitions. Julie has been a longtime member of Manitoba Music and frequent judge of the Western Canadian Music Awards and Canada’s biggest Music awards - The Junos.