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Tuesday Matinees: Julia Bullock, soprano

Tuesday | April 5 2016 | 1 pm

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"Ravishing, impassioned... endearing, vocally radiant"    - The New York Times

Read an interview with Julia Bullock about the program for this concert.

HENRY COWELL  -  How Old Is Song
MAURICE RAVEL  -  Cinq mélodies populaires grecques
WILHELM STENHAMMAR  -  Flickan knyter 
EDVARD GRIEG  -  Vandring i Skoven 
                                    En svane
KURT WEILL  -  Denn wie man sich bettet
                             Wie lange noch
                              Lost in the stars
                              The Princess of Pure Delight

SAMUEL BARBER  -  Nuvoletta
JOHN CAGE  -  She Is Asleep
PAUL HINDEMITH  -  The Wild Flower’s Song
HENRY COWELL  -  Where She Lies
SAMUIEL BARBER  -  The Daisies    
WILLIAM GRANT STILL  -  Breath of a Rose  
   Text: Langston Hughes
RICKY IAN GORDON  -  Borderline
   Text: Langston Hughes
arr. by HALL JOHNSON  -  City Called Heaven
arr. by HARRY T. BURLEIGH  -  Deep River

Winner of the 2014 Naumburg International Vocal Competition and 2012 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, soprano Julia Bullock has been hailed as “ravishingly visceral” and an “impressive, fast-rising soprano . . . poised for a significant career” (The New York Times). In Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen, Ms. Bullock “led the way in terms of clarity of delivery and beauty of sound. Her broad range of expression allowed her to be impetuous and demonstrative . . . then opulent and glorious” (Opera News). The San Francisco Chronicle called her West Side Story performance with the San Francisco Symphony ”the evening’s most remarkable showstopper.”

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