Hailed by Opera News as “radiant and riveting” and the New York Times as “a spitfire”, Canadian coloratura mezzo Julia Dawson is a winner of the George London Award and Anny-Schlemm Preis from Oper Frankfurt where she was a member of the ensemble for two seasons. Upcoming engagements include Pulcinella with the Munich Philharmonic and the French Radio Orchestra under the baton of Barbara Hannigan, and Rosina in Il barbiere di Siviglia.
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Munich Philharmonic , 2021
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, 2021
Festival Immling, 2021
Opera Frankfurt, 2019
Toronto Symphony Orchestra, 2021
Opera Frankfurt, 2021
Opera Frankfurt, 2018
Tiroler Festspiele Erl, 2019
Theater Bremen, 2019
Further engagements include Zerlina for Theater Bremen, Scarlatti’s Erminia and Emilia in Vivaldi’s Catone in Utica with Opera Lafayette, Mozart's Great Mass in C minor with the Vocal Concert Dresden, and Poème de l'amour et de la mer with the Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester.
During 2020, Julia spearheaded several video projects with colleagues from orchestras throughout Europe and Canada, raising funds for the Bail Project and the Artist Relief Tree including “Moz’Art Attack!”, Mozart’s Alleluia with a twist, as well as “Gone in 60 Seconds”, a series of micro-commissions for voice and violin.
Upcoming engagements include Pulcinella with the French Radio Orchestra under the baton of Barbara Hannigan,and a house debut as Rosina in Il barbiere di Siviglia. She can be heard with pianist Anna Naretto on “Girl in the Snow”, an album of songs by composer Scott Ordway on the Acis label.
— Opera News