Born in Manhattan, Julia Robinson has been singing jazz since she was young, learning all the great standards and working with a teacher who showed her the ins and outs of the jazz world, Mrs. Ann Gilbert Ostrow. She has training from St. John’s, HSPVA, Marymount Manhattan Conservatory, University of Houston, and various teachers in the Arts world. She’s worked with various theatres her whole life and has one Broadway tour in her performance history as well as participation in Ann Reinking’s Broadway Theatre Project. Julia obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with 3 minors: English Literature, Human Food Studies & Nutrition, and Interdisciplinary Art of Theatre and Dance with 2+ years training in the BFA Acting program at University of Houston. She follows in the footsteps of the greats such as Billie and Ella, getting great enjoyment out of improvisation and making things her own. Julia has sung in duos, trios, and on, even big bands. She’s played in home concerts, businesses, large venue concerts, and more. She worked with jazz musicians at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and was recognized by Young Arts Voice her senior year. She has been working with Jeremy Nuncio, her pianist, for over eight years, composing and creating together. Mrs. Robinson personally booked the musicians in her band and seeking a full sound with horns she found eight fantastic musicians who work well together. She adores Julia & The Standards and expects to see great growth over the next few years. Please check out their website juliaandthestandards.com and like Julia & The Standards on Facebook and Instagram. Her interests include extensive yoga training, writing, music composition, sewing, teaching, and spending time with her husband and three children!