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

Spring Concert Update

Due to the global pandemic, the following events have been cancelled or postponed. Please check back for future announcements with further details. March 27, 2020 Barber: Knoxville: Summer of 1915 The Kennedy Center Washington, DC April 11, 2020 Perle Noire: Meditations for Joséphine Theatre du Chatelet Paris, France April 24, 2020 Soundbox: Lineage San Francisco Symphony San...

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.

Collaborative Partnership with the San Francisco Symphony

Expanding her relationship with the San Francisco Symphony, Julia Bullock has been named a Collaborative Partner for the 2020-21 concert season. This role is a part of the symphony’s new leadership model, in which the artistic planning is shared between new artistic director Esa-Pekka Salonen and eight younger visionaries from music and related fields. Fellow collaborative...

Julia Bullock sits in a white chair, wearing a white blouse and black pants, with one leg folded up on the chair. .

Indianapolis Symphony Debut

On February 7 and 8, Julia Bullock makes her debut with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and conductor Marc Albrecht. Julia sings Benjamin Britten’s Les Illuminations: a 10-movement song cycle written for soprano and strings. Britten’s song cycle is based on the evocative poetry of Arthur Rimbaud. Les Illuminations is proceeded by the orchestra’s performance of Ravel’s Le Tombeau...

Julia Bullock lays on a bed on stage with a man behind her, his hand covering her ear.

Zauberland Named in Limelight Magazine’s “Top Shows of 2019: Opera”

Zauberland was recently named one of Limelight Magazine’s “Top Shows of 2019.” Limelight praised director Katie Mitchell and playwright Martin Crimp’s objective to “dive into what a 19th-century song cycle has to say to us in today’s world.” Describing the opera as, “unsettling, sometimes Kafkaesque, and frequently leaving you gasping for air,” the magazine noted that...