Julita and Paula is the first and most popular violin duet in Poland. For a couple of years they have been giving concerts in their homeland and abroad (in Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Russia, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Netherlands). Both of the violinists have graduated in the Academy of Music in Warsaw in the violin class. They have been improving their skills in international master courses and in the Royal Conservatory in Brussels in professor Igor Oistrakh's class. Julita and Paula play together since early childhood and they know each other musically very well.

Julita and Paula come from a musical family: their sister Katarzyna plays oboe, sister Agnieszka – viola and brother Paweł – double bass. They recorded their first disc in 1998, when Sony Music record label offered cooperation with Julita. She invited her sister Paula and they recorded the album entitled Julita & Paula which included mostly compositions of the greatest classical music masters. The album contained classics like Vivaldi’s Storm, Paganini’s Caprice 9 or Bernstein’s Somewhere. Some of the most famous Polish musicians took part in the recording of the first album of the sisters. The album became a golden record and the single promoting it – Ameryka – stayed for a long time in the top three of the songs most frequently played in the polish radio stations. A year after its premiere the record was noticed abroad. With a new cover and a wider repertoire it appeared in Europe and Asia where it received a lot of good reviews.

On their next album Kolędowanie Julity & Pauli (Christmas Songs of Julita & Paula) - beside well-known musicians - played the rest of their siblings. The video clip of one of the Christmas songs from the record has won the 1st prize on the European Independent Film Festival and a Yach on the Yach Film Festival (a video clip festival).

Julita and Paula promoted their albums during concerts in Poland and abroad including a concert tour with jazz vocalists Urszula Dudziak and Urszula Auguscik and polish famous musician Tytus Wojnowicz. The sisters have given concerts in most of Polish philharmonic halls and theatres, in Warsaw Congress Hall in the Palace of Culture and Science, in the concert studio of Polish Radio and Television and on the plain-air concerts for multi-thousand audience. They performed in Polish embassies for representatives of different countries. The duet also performed in the concert of the world famous tenor Josse Carreras and played for the heads of state and international VIPs. Thanks to their concerts they gave their support for many charity organizations. Among multiple prizes they won, there is a very prestigious medal of the Polish Success Academy who grants awards for outstanding achievements. Currently, they are working on their fourth long play record.