News

October 2021

Julia is delighted to announce the release of her second solo album: ‘Where Corals Lie: A Journey through Songs by Edward Elgar’ with pianist Christopher Glynn. The album will be released by Chandos Records on October 1st. You can preorder it here:...

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September 2021 – March 2022

Julia kicks off her 21/22 season with a return to one of her favourite stages, the Semperoper Dresden as one of her signature roles: The Queen of the Night. She will also sing this role in her house debut at the Komische Oper Berlin and the Deutsche Oper am Rhein.

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March 2021

Julia recently joined her father, violinist Dmitry Sitkovetsky, pianist Iain Burnside and cellist Tim Hugh for a virtual performance of Shostakovich’s setting of Seven Poems by Alexander Blok.  

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Performances

Performances

01octAll DayLondon, UKRelease of new album with Chandos Records

16oct7:00 pmDresden, GermanySemperoper Dresden, Germany

05nov7:00 pmDresden, GermanySemperoper Dresden, Germany

28nov7:00 pmDresden, GermanySemperoper Dresden, Germany

30nov7:00 pmDresden, GermanySemperoper Dresden, Germany

Out 1st October 2021 on Chandos

“Sitkovetsky was outstanding as the repressed, loving daughter…”

Fiona Maddocks, The Observer (The Guardian)

“…the troubled witch, Alcina, played arrestingly by Julia Sitkovetsky. One is reminded by her singing why this is such a star making role!”

Mel Cooper, Plays To See

“…a thrilling Queen of the Night from Julia Sitkovetsky…”

Simon Thompson, The Times

“The vocal event of the evening was the Gilda of Julia Sitkovetsky who ranged from delicate to dramatic singing.”

Paul Stepanek, Volksblatt

News

October 2021

Julia is delighted to announce the release of her second solo album: ‘Where Corals Lie: A Journey through Songs by Edward Elgar’ with pianist Christopher Glynn. The album will be released by Chandos Records on October 1st. You can preorder it here.

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September 2021 – March 2022

Julia kicks off her 21/22 season with a return to one of her favourite stages, the Semperoper Dresden as one of her signature roles: The Queen of the Night. She will also sing this role in her house debut at the Komische Oper Berlin and the Deutsche Oper am Rhein.

read more

March 2021

Julia recently joined her father, violinist Dmitry Sitkovetsky, pianist Iain Burnside and cellist Tim Hugh for a virtual performance of Shostakovich’s setting of Seven Poems by Alexander Blok.  

read more

August 2020

Julia returned to performing after COVID-19 in a livestream virtual recital with pianist Dylan Perez at the 1901 Arts Club, London. The programme included songs by Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Claude Debussy and Sergei Rachmaninov.  

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