Julia Radosz has been praised by Musical America as a “lovely lyric soprano” (George Loomis), impressing with her “warm tone and agile phrasing” (Austin XL). Her recent debut of La Traviata met with much enthusiasm for her “astonishing performance, brilliant soprano and thrilling embellishments that were augmented by the most subtle and heart-rending acting” (Voce di Meche).
This past year, Ms. Radosz sang the role of Gilda (Rigoletto) and Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi) with North Shore Music Festival, created the role of Olympia in the World Premiere of Haim Elisha's opera, A Certain Quiet, stepped in last minute with Miami Lyric Opera in Un ballo in maschera, performed a gala concert with Annapolis Opera, and sang scenes from Rigoletto and La Traviata with Gulfshore Opera in their inaugural VIVA VERDI concert, under the baton of Maestro Paul Nadler. Ms. Radosz also appeared as Berenice in Rossini’s L'occasione fa il ladro with Little OPERA Theatre of NY, Lydia Larkspur in The Rivals and Tormentilla in The Poisoned Kiss with Bronx Opera. Other roles include Helena (A Midsummer Night's Dream) with Opera Naples, and Fiordiligi, Antonia (Les contes d'Hoffmann), and Gilda with Tri-Cities Opera. Ms. Radosz is a former winner of the Jenny Lind Competition, The Marcella Sembrich Competition, and Connecticut Concert Opera Competition. She is also a Grant Winner from Career Bridges Foundation