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Renowned Singer Julia Bullock to Make Kennedy Center Debut

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    Acclaimed vocalist Julia Bullock. (Courtesy Photo)
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Acclaimed vocalist Julia Bullock will make her Kennedy Center debut at the Terrace Theater on March 2.

A prize winner of Bard Conservatory's Concerto Competition, Bullock was the first recipient of the Mimi Levitt Scholarship at Bard College’s Graduate Vocal Arts Program, where she earned her master’s degree. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music and is currently in the graduate diploma program at Julliard where she studied Edith Bers.

Bullock won First Prize in the 2012 Young Concert Artists International Auditions.

Her 2013-2014 season includes the title role in Henry Purcell’s The Indian Queen, directed by Peter Sellars at the Teatro Real in Madrid and at the Perm Opera and Ballet House in Russia; the title role in Jules Massenet's Cendrillon presented by Juilliard Opera; debut recitals in the Young Concert Artists Series in New York at Merkin Hall, and appearances at the Falany Performing Arts Center, Saint Vincent College, the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, and the Marlboro Music Festival.

She recently made her San Francisco Symphony debut in West Side Story in Concert, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas; an album of the concert will be released in 2014.

Bullock’s busy 2012-13 season included the title role in Janacek’s The Cunning Little Vixen, with Juilliard Opera.



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