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“I have rarely had a chance to work with an artist as wonderful as Yulia. She is emotive on stage, she is incredibly hard working, she is driven and on top of it all, she has an absolutely beautiful voice”

Giovanni Reggioli, Conductor at Washington DC National Opera

Lauretta’s aria “O mio babbino caro” from the opera Gianni Schicchi by Puccini

Michael Fennelly - piano

Cio-cio-san's aria "Un bel di vedremo" from the opera Madame Butterfly by Puccini

Alfredo Sorichetti - conductor

New World Symphony Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague

Soprano's aria "Ave Verum" from Cantata Emmanuel by Paul Leavitt

Paul Leavitt - conductor

Yulia Petrachuk - soprano

Orchestra and Chorus of Friday Morning Music Club

Church of the Reformation, Washington DC

Donna Anna's aria "Non mi dir" from the opera Don Giovanni by Mozart

Christian Schulz - conductor

Vienna Music Festival, Austria

Giuditta’s aria “Meine Lippen, Sie kussen so heiss” from the operetta Giuditta by Lehar

Piano - Karolos Zouganelis

Seven Lakes Auditorium, Fort Myers, FL

Marguerite’s Jewel Song from the opera Faust by Gounod

Piano - Steven Crawford

Carnegie Weil Recital Hall, New York City, NY

Angelica's aria "Senza mamma" from the opera Suor Angelica by Puccini

Piano - Carlo Pari

Scorca Hall, New York City, NY

Liu's aria "Signore, ascolta" from the opera Turandot by Puccini

Metropolitan Vocal Competition, Vienna, VA

Kupava's scene from the opera The Snow-maiden by Rimsky-Korsakov

Orchestra of the Moscow State Conservatory

Great Hall of the Moscow Philharmonic, Moscow, Russia

CHAMBERS
      UPCOMING EVENTS      
Composers Concert Series
Calvary Baptist Church, Washington DC

EMMANUEL M. DUBOIS: Three duets for soprano and mezzo-soprano, op. 30. Yulia Petrachuk, soprano; Elise Christina Jenkins, Mezzo-soprano; Ina Mirtcheva, piano.

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FEBRUARY 23rd, 2018 at 12:00PM
German Requiem by Brahms
Easton Choral Arts Society, Easton, MD

YULIA PETRACHUK sings soprano solo at Brahms' German Requiem under the direction of Artistic Director Wes Lockfaw, the chorus and chamber orchestra.

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APRIL 27th, at 7:30pm & APRIL 29th, at 4:00pm
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