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Julia Radosz has been praised for her “illustrious and flowing voice” (Kansas City Metropolis) and for her “astonishing performance, brilliant soprano and thrilling embellishments that were augmented by the most subtle and heart-rending acting” (Voce di Meche). The 2023 season began with a debut with Hrvatsko Narodno Kazalište Split (National Croatian Theater of Split) as Amelia in Un ballo in maschera. Other engagements in the 2022-2023 season included 18 performances of La Boheme (Musetta) throughout theaters in Spain and France, including Madrid, Paris, Segovia, and Carcassone. The 2020-2022 season, included a debut with National Moravian-Silesian Theater in Czech Republic as Marietta/Marie in Korngold’s Die tote Stadt, an opera gala the Metropolitny Orchester Bratislava, an opera gala in Prešov, Slovakia, and solo recitals at The Palffy Palac in Bratislava, at Peterskirche in Vienna, featuring Liszt’s Tre sonetti di Petrarca and Strauss’ Four Last Songs. Upcoming debuts include Mimi (La Boheme) with First Coast Opera.

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"Julia Radosz whose brilliant soprano and thrilling embellishments were augmented by the most subtle and heart-rending acting."

- Voce di Meche


"Ecco l'orrido campo"

from Un ballo in maschera


La Boheme

First Coast Opera, St. Augustine, FL

Julia will debut Mimi in La Boheme.

Conducted by Curtis Tucker
Directed by Helena Binder

December 30 & 31, 2023

Maryland Opera

Opera Gala with orchestra

featuring works from Fidelio, Gioconda,

Madama Butterfly, and Aida

February 18, 2024 at 3pm

Conducted by James Harp

Lucca Bel Canto

Julia, along with her co-founder, tenor Ferdinand von Bothmer will be teaching at their Lucca Bel Canto Institute this summer from August 17-24, 2024. Guest teachers at the course include International Mezzo Soprano, Jennifer Larmore, and Maestro Helge Dorsch.

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