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 concert, and sing Britten’s Les Illuminations with the BBC Symphony Orchestra to close the prolific composer’s own festival.
Follow the links below for tickets to each of Julia’s performances at the 73rd Aldeburgh Festival.
June 23– Julia presents Perle Noire: Meditations for Joséphine Baker, a collaborative work that transforms the cabaret songs of the renowned singer, dancer, and French civil rights activist into a tribute to her life and legacy.
June 25– Julia joins Evan Hughes and instrumental collaborates for a program featuring American contemporary works by Carter, Cage, and Foss.
June 28– Performing alongside the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Martyn Brabbins, Julia sings Britten’s setting of Rimbaud’s vivid and fantastical poems and his arrangement of the second movement of Mahler’s largest symphony.