The pianist Jula Pujol Wolter received her first piano lessons at the age of six from Diana Lawton in Ottawa. She studied at the University of Victoria with Bruce Vogt (concert subject) and at the Mozarteum University with Christoph Lieske, where she completed her concert diploma. She then studied song accompaniment with Hartmut Höll, Anthony Spiri and Donald Sulzen and completed her master's degree in 2004 with distinction. She also took part in master classes with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Jakob Latiner, Oleg Maisenberg, Tatjana Nikolaeva, Imre Rohmann, Karl-Ulrich Schnabel and Breda Zakotnik, among others. She also received private lessons from Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. She has performed on the podium as a soloist and accompanist in Canada, Spain, France, England, Austria, Germany, Scotland, Slovenia and Luxembourg. From 2002-2003 she was a lecturer at the Mozarteum University and coached in the singing classes of Horiana Branisteanu, Heiner Hopfner, Martha Sharp, Kjellaug Tesaker and Gudrun Volkert. Since 2002 she has worked as a répétiteur in the private singing classes of KS Grace Bumbry and KS Hanna Ludwig and since 2004 she has worked regularly with Grace Bumbry to prepare her recitals and international concert tours.
She has many years of teaching experience as a singing coach and piano teacher for children and adults. In the summer of 2007 she worked as a répétiteur for the Salzburg College in the singing classes of Patricia Wise and Dominic Cossa. She worked in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2004 for the production of Mozart's Magic Flute at the International Youth Festival, and in Salzburg in 2000 in Viktor Ullmann's Kaiser von Atlantis, conducted by Elisabeth Fuchs. In 2003 she was a finalist at the international song competition Schubert und die Moderne in Graz and in 2001 at the chamber music competition Paper de Música in Barcelona.