Describing Bullock in recital, Opera News writes:

“Bullock’s radiant soprano shines brightly and unfailingly. She also summons a rich, earthy, mezzo-ish quality in her low register. Most compellingly, however, she communicates intense, authentic feeling, as if she were singing right from her soul.”

This fall, the singer joins pianist John Arida in the beautifully restored and intimate space of the Board of Officers Room at New York’s Park Avenue Armory (Sep 11 & 13), where she was most recently seen in Upload’s North American premiere, before giving a New Year U.S. recital tour with pianist Bretton Brown, with dates at Union College in Schenectady, NY (Jan 7); Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center (Jan 11); Shriver Hall, where she makes her Baltimore recital debut (Jan 14); Brown University in Providence, RI (Jan 17); and New York’s Carnegie Hall (Jan 19).

Bullock’s characteristically wide-ranging repertoire will vary with each performance. Songs associated with Marian Anderson will rub shoulders with voices as distinct as Alban BergRichard StraussKurt WeillFrancis PoulencSamuel BarberElizabeth CottenRichard Rodgers and Connie Converse, whose One by One may be heard on Bullock’s solo album debut, Walking in the Dark. Released last year on the Nonesuch label, the recording was recognized with an Opus Klassik award, featured in the New York Times’s “Best Classical Music Tracks of 2022,” and named – alongside offerings from Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar – among the 20 “Best Albums of 2022” by NPR, which called it “an album that shines, introducing us to an artist curating a career on her own distinctive terms.”