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Residency at 2020 Aldeburgh Festival 

Julia Bullock has been selected as one of the four Artists in Residence at the 73rd Aldeburgh Festival. This June, she will bring Perle Noire: Meditations for Josephine—a collaboration with director Peter Sellars, poet Claudia Rankine, composer Tyshawn Sory, and choreographer Michael Schumacher—to the festival for its UK premiere, explore the music of Cage and Foss in...

Debut with Milwaukee Symphony

On November 9, Julia Bullock performed at The Basilica of Saint Josaphat alongside Maestro Lee Mills and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Julia sang Benjamin Britten’s 10-movement song cycle Les Illuminations for soprano and strings. Elaine Schmidt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel described Bullock’s performance, “a warm ringing sound and communicative delivery [that] reached the audience with...

Debut at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival

On October 29 and 30, Julia Bullock made her debut at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival in Zauberland. Critics called her performance “extraordinary” (New York Times), “steely and affecting” (Vulture), and “dramatically compelling” (Financial Times). The work showcased Julia’s “rich-hued voice and expressive intelligence.” The one-act musical drama ​featuring Julia’s “masterly rendition of Schumann’s Dichterliebe“​ (The New Yorker) will...

NYT Sunday Feature

Julia was recently featured in a New York Times article titled, “‘This Is Who We’ve Been Waiting For’: A Diva on the Precipice.” In the article, classical music editor Zachary Woolfe discusses Julia’s unique place in the opera world as not only an extremely gifted performer but also a masterful curator. Highlighting the diversity of her projects,...