Violetta (our favorite opera heroine) was given an astonishing performance by soprano [Julia Radosz] whose brilliant soprano and thrilling embellishments were augmented by the most subtle and heart-rending acting. This was a Violetta any woman could understand and relate to. In Act I, her ambivalence about giving up her shallow life of pleasure for the richer but scarier life of love was made plain vocally and amplified by gesture, facial expression and body language. Her death scene moved us to the very core.
Voce di Meche, October 16, 2013- Meche Kroop
Young and beautiful Julia Radosz was Violetta. Both Violetta and Ms. Radosz were the star of the show. . . There was great beauty and passion in all of the role for Ms. Radosz. There was vocal and dramatic magic in “Dite alla giovine….”, from her scene with the elder Germont.
Taminophile, October 16, 2013- David Browning
[Julia Radosz] sailed through [Sempre libera’s] tricky bel canto runs and leaps.
Naples Daily News, November 7, 2014- Harriet Howard Heithaus