This year, I will be making two role debuts: Cio-Cio-San in a performance of Madame Butterfly with Raylynmor Opera (and covering the fantastic Alexandra Loutsion for the other 2 performances), and Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus with Stony Brook Opera, directed by iconic soprano, Brenda Harris!
I’m excited to announce that I am now represented by Robert Mirshak with Mirshak Artists Management. Mirshak Artists Management represents many of the world’s finest classical singers, conductors and stage directors. The roster is comprised of musicians who strive to make a positive difference in the art of music and to affect people with his […]
Recently, Julia was awarded a grant from The Opera Buffs Association in California for her outstanding performance. She has also received a grant from the Anna Sosenko Assist Trust in pursuit of her Opera Rarities project.
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 … [more]
Having Donna Elvira, a woman that the cad Giovanni abandoned, be pregnant. It gave the character motivation to return to such a creep, and in the role … [more]
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]