Julia is a semi-finalist in the prestigious Daegu International Opera Awards. She will compete in the semi-finals in Berlin on April 16.
I am excited to announce that I have been selected as one of 37 young dramatic sopranos worldwide to compete in the Semi-Finals of the Elizabeth Connell Prize, sponsored by the Joan Sutherland/Richard Bonynge Foundation. I will compete in Round 2 in NYC on June 5.
This year, I will be making two role debuts: Cio-Cio-San in a concert of Madame Butterfly with Raylynmor Opera (and covering the fantastic Alexandra Loutsion for the other 2 performances), and Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus in her debut at the Staller Center for the Arts. Cast includes Sidney Outlaw as Eisenstein. Directed by iconic soprano, […]
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]