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Performing at the New York Festival of Song

On November 18, Julia Bullock performs for the New York Festival of Song in a special program co-curated by herself and pianist Steven Blier. Titled Myths To Live By, the program delves into the archetypes, fables, and legends that drive history, and features music by Kurt Weill, Billy Strayhorn, Hall Johnson, and others. Joining Julia for on this program are...

Julia Bullock wears a black blazer, looking of to the side seriously, standing against a backdrop of abstract shapes.

Times UK Profile by Neil Fisher

Check out Julia’s most recent profile in the Times UK. In the article, Neil Fisher says she’s “one of the most exciting singers of her generation, blazing a trail not just as a soloist, but a programmer and activist…” and details her connection to one of the UK’s most beloved composers: Benjamin Britten. Read the article...

Julia Bullock stands in front of a red brick wall with one hand in her pocket wearing a grey vest with buttons and unstructured black pants.

Julia Bullock sings Britten’s “Les illuminations” with Philharmonia Orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen

Soprano Julia Bullock makes her Philharmonia and Royal Festival Hall debuts when she joins Esa-Pekka Salonen in his last season as Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor of London’s Philharmonia Orchestra. The centerpiece of the program is Britten’s Les illuminations, a setting of nine poems by Rimaud; Bullock and Salonen’s performance of this piece with the San Francisco Symphony was hailed as...

Julia Bullock sits on a red brick window ledge smiling, touching her hair, and wearing a lavender sleeveless blouse, black tapered pants, and crystal and diamond earrings.

Featured in “Departures” Magazine

In the latest issue of Departures magazine, Julia is highlighted in “An Homage to the Creatives, Entrepreneurs, and Change-Makers of Today’s America.” Journalist Justin Davidson details two of Julia’s projects: History’s Persistent Voice and Perle Noir: Meditations for Joséphine, applauding Julia for, “[using] her gift as an activist’s tool, mixing Black history, new music, and inventive theatrics into bracing performances.” Read more...