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Philharmonia Residency: Julia Bullock on American music, and the songs of George Gershwin and Margaret Bonds

Julia discusses the strengths and challenges of American music, and the incredible diversity of sound in her programs for Philharmonia’s "Let Freedom Ring” concert series - from the Black American roots of Dvořák's New World…

Walking in the Dark

December 9, 2022

Walking in the Dark

Julia makes her solo recording debut with the release of Walking in the Dark on Nonesuch Records, featuring London’s Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor Christian Reif. With Reif as pianist, Bullock also performs the traditional spiritual “City Called Heaven” and songs by Oscar Brown, Jr., Billy Taylor, Sandy Denny, and Connie Converse.

New Year’s Eve at the Elbphilharmonie

Julia rang in 2023 alongside conductor Alan Gilbert and the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra. In a review by the Hamburger Abendblatt, Julia's performance was praised saying, “The main discovery on the evening was Julia Bulllock. A…

HISTORY’S PERSISTENT VOICE curated by Julia Bullock

San Francisco Symphony Collaborative Partner Julia Bullock shares History’s Persistent Voice, her original and ever-developing program, which highlights the words, work, and experiences of Black American artists. In this mixed media concert, voices spanning across generations…

Digital Premiere — A Dream Deferred: Langston Hughes in Song

In this MetLiveArts digital premiere—a New York Times Critic’s Pick when first presented in 2018—powerful and incisive poems by Langston Hughes are set to music in a recital curated by soprano Julia Bullock. She is joined by John Arida (piano), Nicole…

Insights into The Royal Opera’s new production of Handel’s Theodora

Watch the cast and creative team share all there is to know about Katie Mitchell’s new production of Theodora.