Julia Boltz is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music theory and composition. While at William and Mary, Julia accompanied the Opera Workshop on the piano, led worship for InterVarsity on the guitar, performed in the concert band with the clarinet, and developed curriculum for and taught two music classes to preschoolers.
This native Richmonder attended Good Shepherd and Crestwood Elementary Schools, Robious Middle School, and marched with the Monacan Chiefs before becoming a part of James River High School's marching band, jazz band, percussion ensemble, both show choirs and honors music program.
She has taught method-based as well as improvisational piano and has performed for numerous weddings, receptions and other special occasions throughout Hampton Roads. Julia was the worship leader for Grace Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church in Williamsburg after college graduation.
She is currently an active member of Stony Point Reformed Presbyterian Church where she joyfully serves on the worship team and helps teach elementary-school aged children during vacation Bible school.
In addition to making music, Julia greatly enjoys spending time with her husband Zach and their two wonderful children, Elijah and Lily.
As the mother of a child with special needs, Julia is especially excited to be working with VIVO this year.
Julia joined the Da Capo faculty in 2008.