Born in New Zealand, and educated in Australia, Julia Corry studied in the Netherlands at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague with Barthold Kuijken from 1990 until 1998. During this time she also participated in masterclasses with many other well-known early music exponents such as Wilbert Hazelzet, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Ton Koopman, Wieland Kuijken, Sigiswald Kuijken, Bob van Asperen and Jill Feldman.
Julia has recorded the flute sonatas of JS Bach for the label Arte Nova Classis, and has performed and/or participated in recordings and radio broadcasts with the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century under Frans Bruggen, the Akademie für Alte Musik under Rene Jacobs, the Australian Chamber Orchestra under Richard Tognetti, Concerto Italiano under Rinaldo Alessendrini, among others. She has collaborated in performances with Philippe Pierlot, Christopher Hogwood, Paul Dombrecht, Emma Kirkby, Christophe Rousset and Jordi Savall.
Julia has lived in Ireland since 2001, and she performs frequently with Irish Baroque Orchestra under Monica Hugget, and has also performed with Camerata Kilkenny and the Irish Baroque Orchestra Chamber Soloists.