"The soprano Yulia Petrachuk is among the few very talented singers who, with hard work and determination, further leverage their talent to captivate the audience with absolute beauty and mastery of interpretation. It is clear that she does this for the love of sharing unforgettable musical moments with her public… Art for art's sake…" – Emmanuel M Dubois, composer of the oratorio Requiem for the Fallen
June 5, 2022, at 3pm
KENMORE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Various Ukrainian folk melodies and songs, and favorite arias from operettas performed by the Washington Balalaika Orchestra and soprano Yulia Petrachuk, conducted by Peter Omelchenko.
The Washington Balalaika Society was founded in 1988 by a group of Washington-area musicians interested in studying and performing the music of Russia, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe on traditional Russian folk instruments, such as the balalaika, domra, bayan, and related folk wind and percussion instruments.
April 29, 2022, at 8pm
This special benefit show features excerpts from Lyrica Classic's program "Prayer for Peace" and a full performance of Synetic Theater's "The Servant of Two Masters.
March 20, 2022, at 7pm
CON GRESS GRAZ STEFANIENSAAL
International project, with support of the US Embassy in Austria, featuring sacred organ & vocal works by two American contemporary composers Eli Tamar and Emmanuel Dubois.
March 13, 2022, at 3pm
OUR LADY OF ANGELS CHAPEL
A concert of new sacral vocal works with organ by two contemporary composers, Eli Tamar and Sergey Khrichenko.
December 17, 2021, at 7pm
ZURAB TSERETELI ART GALLERY
An evening of music by Emmanuel M. Dubois.
Yulia Petrachuk performs soprano-solo in the Russian-premiere of oratorio "Requiem for the Fallen" with orchestra Voce Anima, Moscow Synodal Choir, and conductor Michail Kotelnikov.
November 4, 7, 8, 2021
Yulia Petrachuk performs the Elektra's role in the "Symphonisches Monodram aus der Oper Elektra" from the opera Elektra by Richard Strauss that was rearranged in mono-opera for soprano and orchestra by composer Richard Duenser.
Thueringen philharmonic orchestra, conductor Ernest Hoetzl.
October 29 & November 28, 2021
ALDERSGATE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
A concert of contemporary sacred organ and vocal works composed by Eli Tamar, Serge Khrichenko, Emmanuel Dubois, and James MacMillan.
Dedicated to the remembrance of those who tragically lost their lives 20 years ago in the terrorist attacks on September 11.
March 28 & April 25, 2021
A virtual project of new sacral vocal works with organ featuring two contemporary composers, Eli Tamar and Emmanuel Dubois.
December 27, 2020, at 11am EST
BROADCAST FROM MOSFILM STUDIO
With the support of the US Embassy in Moscow, Lyrica Classic is bringing American composer Emmanuel Dubois and his oratorio "Requiem for the fallen" to the Russian audience.
November 1, 2019, at 7pm
MUSEUM-ESTATE F.I. CHALIAPIN
An evening of art songs by Sergei Rachmaninoff performed by Italian
pianist Carlo Pari and soprano Yulia Petrachuk.
October 27, 2019, at 7pm
PAVEL SLOBODKIN CONCERT HALL
Orpheus Radio Orchestra presents an evening of classical music. On the program, the arias and scenes from the operas Faust by Gounod, Werther and Manon by Massenet, Macbeth and La Traviata by Verdi, Manon Lescaut, and Butterfly by Puccini, and others.
October 13, 2019, at 5pm
Festival of contemporary classical music, Européen Voix étouffées, presents Egon Wellesz's "Sonette der Elizabeth Browning" (five songs cycle for soprano and chamber string orchestra) performed by
SÜDWESTDEUTSCHES KAMMERORCHESTER PFORZHEIM, conductor Conrad van Alphen, and soprano Yulia Petrachuk.
October 2, 2019, at 7pm
ZANKEL HALL AT CARNEGIE HALL
New York, NY
July 11, 2019, at 7:30pm
WEILL RECITAL HALL AT CARNEGIE HALL
New York, NY
May 13, 2019
KONZERHAUS WIEN, MOZARTSAAL
Orchestra Euro Sinfonietta Wien
Yuriy Yanko, Conductor
Yulia Petrachuk, Soprano
Yury Revich, Violin
May 12, 2019, at 3:30pm
WIENER MUSIKVEREIN, GOLDEN HALL
Savaria Symphony Orchestra
Hakan Şensoy, Conductor
Shlomo Mintz, Violin
Yulia Petrachuk, Soprano
Denis Shapovalov, Cello