Julia Sitkovetsky


British/American soprano Julia Sitkovetsky made her debut at the age of 16 at Glyndebourne and English National Opera, understudying Flora in Britten’s The Turn of the Screw. She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the English National Opera OperaWorks Programme.

Engagements this season include: Mimi La Bohème (Vaasa Opera, Finland); recitals at St Martin-in-the-Fields for the Concordia Foundation and at 22 Mansfield Street; and Soprano solo in Lyric Suite Berg with the Tana String Quartet in a lecture/recital with Gavin Plumley at the Wigmore Hall.

Recent successes include: First Strolling Player/Danish Lady Death in Venice conducted by Steuart Bedford (Garsington Opera); Masterclasses with Thomas Quasthoff (Verbier Festival Academy); Emilia Catone in Utica (Dartington Summer Festival) conducted by Adrian Chandler; a recital with William Vann at St James’ Piccadilly, London as part of the Concordia Foundation; and Soprano solo in Ein Deutsches Requiem with Vaasa Opera Orchestra.