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Julia Bullock

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What's Not There: Episode 9 (Julia Bullock)

What's Not There

This week, Stefano Flavoni sits down with Julia Bullock, the soprano who has taken the world by storm. Hailing from St. Louis, Julia has risen to extraordinary heights, originating the role of Dame Shirley John Adams’ Girls of the Golden West with San Francisco Opera, serving as Artist-in-Residence of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as performing in a litany of top ensembles around the world, including the San Francisco Symphony, Philharmonia Orchestra London, London Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and more. Julia’s activism and advocacy for the betterment of BIPOC musicians extends beyond the music industry itself, and has served as a beacon for society as a whole.

1hr 24mins

23 Feb 2021

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REINVENTORS: Julia Bullock, Opera Singer To Activist

Skip the Repeat

Through her meteoric rise in the world of music, Julia Bullock’s ultimate mission has been to share openly, share transparently, and share clearly. As one of the brightest opera singers today, she has had her periods of struggle since her childhood in a suburb of St. Louis. Issues of identity, anxiety, and depression eventually lead to her going into rehab - but she regards those periods as a direct influence on who she is today, making an impact beyond her job description, for the betterment of society. Follow the show on Instagram: @skiptherepeat

1hr 4mins

19 Jan 2021

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Elisabeth Moss, Julia Bullock, memorialising loved ones in video games

Front Row

Elisabeth Moss on her latest role as the horror and mystery writer Shirley Jackson in the new film Shirley. And she discusses the new series of The Handmaid’s Tale, which she’s now directing as well as starring in, and which has had to be filmed during the pandemic. Presenter: Elle Osili-WoodProducer: Timothy ProsserMain image: Elisabeth Moss as ShirleyImage credit: Neon Films


27 Oct 2020

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#8 Myah On Mars: Equity in the Arts and the Richard Tucker Foundation with Julia Bullock

Thorn & Thistle Podcast

Join me this week as I talk with internationally acclaimed singer and vocal artist, Julia Bullock. Together we delve deep into her life and career, the communal and sacred property of musical spaces, dealing with the Young Artist blues and MORE! Bullock is extremely poignant and spot on as we navigate these tricky conversations and it was truly a pleasure to share a dialogue with her. We also touch on the controversy of the Richard Tucker Foundation, David Tucker, the Black Opera Aliiance, and Bullock's involvement in and response to the whole situation. It is a must-listen for sure!!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thornandthistle/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thornandthistle/support

1hr 3mins

25 Aug 2020

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Opera singer Julia Bullock Steps Up To The M.I.C

Just Another Black Girl On The M.I.C

Classical singer/soprano Julia Bullock talks self identity, civic unrest, classical arts, Josephine Baker and more with Janee' Renee. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


21 Jun 2020

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Singer/Songwriter Julia Bullock (The Foxies)

Jrodconcerts: The Podcast

Julia Bullock, the trailblazing and charismatic frontwoman for one of today's hottest bands 'The Foxies' joins Jaime. With a completely original glitter/punk sound, The Foxies is slowly taking over as critic and audience musical darlings. Join us as Julia discusses the current social issues in America, the band's performance in Bonnaroo, and their spectacular new video for 'Anti Socialite'. For more information visit www.facebook.com/thefoxiesmusic


12 Jun 2020

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Julia Bullock


When soprano Julia Bullock took the stage recently to sing the legacy and history of Josephine Baker, the groundbreaking African-American singer and performer who fought in the civil rights movement, she didn’t dress it up. There was no marcelled hair, no banana skirt. Just a woman using her voice to speak truth to power and telling the story of a woman who paved the way. Her star ascending, the Juilliard-trained singer and Helga talk about what can and can’t be processed through performance and what it means to find your voice and your place in the world. --- About the podcast: HELGA with host Helga Davis features probing conversations with artists across the creative and performing arts that have a unique, uncompromising voice and a stake in the matter of social change. Produced by Q2 Music www.q2music.org Q2 Music is WQXR, New York's multi-platform home for dynamic and inspiring contemporary music. Discover countless new artists via our 24/7 music stream – hand-crafted daily to reward your curiosity – and surprise your imagination with a world of new sounds.


2 Jan 2017