“The flirtatious Musetta (Julia Radosz) enters the scene and sings the beloved aria Quando m’en vo designed to make Marcello jealous. Radosz’s tasteful and persuasive acting matched her illustrious and flowing voice. She sang it simply, not over the top like some sopranos, and got the point across well to Marcello, while her rich patron […]
Julia makes a role debut of Donna Elvira and performs for the first time in her hometown with the newly reinvented Opera Orlando!
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Violetta (our favorite opera heroine) was given an astonishing performance by soprano [Julia Radosz] whose brilliant soprano and thrilling … [more]
Another great acquisition of this production is the magnificent soprano [Julia Radosz], in the role of male Oscar that she knew to bring not only her … [more]
[Julia Radosz] was a properly dreamy, petulant Lydia. The New York Times, January 12, 2014- Steve Smith The key pairing of soprano [Julia … [more]
These stars suffered not one whit at close range. [Julia Radosz] (Helena) and Adrienne Blanks (Hermia) owned their roles as the embattled sweethearts … [more]
[Julia Radosz] sang Tormentilla with a lovely lyric soprano that gave special resonance to the girl’s reflective utterances, like the amusing song in … [more]