Julia Train


Julia Train’s history in the Canadian music industry began with her training in classical piano and love of music.She attended the Harris Institute for the Arts, where she studied Recorded Arts Management. Shortly after graduating, she went to work for the CMRRA’s Royalties Administration department.

Julia was a valued member of the FACTOR team from 2008-2011 as a Submissions Coordinator and Communications Manager.Currently, Julia is the Senior Manager, Communications and Outreach at the Musicians’ Rights Organization Canada (MROC) ensuring that musicians receive the recompense that they are entitled.

Julia is proud to have the opportunity to help the arts, and artists, in Canada and around the world.


01 THURS NOV 17 1:30 – 2:15pm Oxford Room : MROC CLASSROOM – Royalties 101. 

01 FRI NOV 18 2:00-2:45pm Cambridge Room : Women in Film and Music. 

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